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Missing Peace? is an Advent and Christmas series developed by Crossover. It is adaptable for use in all kinds of churches, highly invitable, and full of the great news about Jesus.
 
The series title, ‘Missing Peace?’ is of course a two-sided play on words. It calls to all who thirst for peace, and hints at a ‘missing piece’ which is Christ the cornerstone.

Great Books to Give Away

Lending or giving away a book is one great way to share Jesus. Here’s just a few we recommend:

The Ultimate Christmas Wishlist

What if you could get what you're really hoping for? By Rico Tice

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Jesus the Bloke

“Most Aussie blokes would like Jesus if they met him, they just haven’t been introduced to him very well….yet." By Jason Elsmore

Who?

Paul Langham's Who? is simply the New Testament written as a single exciting story that reads like a novel.

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Free Christmas outreach series designed to be highly invitable and accessible for newcomers, but equally fit for the whole church. It’s flexible too – so you can adapt it to suit your own timing and style. The download includes 5 sermon outlines and customisable artwork for promotion and presentation.
Recommended giveaway book: "It’s not often that in a book about Jesus the first chapter starts off with a quote from the famous Australian film The Castle. That was enough to catch my eye and convince me to read further. By the time I had finished I’d found another resource I can use with plenty of my mates." - From review by Stan Fetting
Crossover recommends: Written in Chalk: The Echo of Arthur Stace - a documentary film tracing the legacy of Arthur Stace - famous for chalking 'Eternity' in Sydney, a witness that became iconic.
Excellent, original, Australian evangelism training course for churches written and presented by Belinda Lakelin. Features sermon outlines, small group, coaching opportunities and more.
Crossover recommends: Channeling state-of-the-art research, personal stories, and careful biblical study, Confronting Christianity explores 12 questions that keep many of us from considering faith in Christ. Look more closely, Rebecca McLaughlin argues, and the reality of suffering, the complexity of sexuality, the desire for diversity, the success of science, and other seeming roadblocks to faith become signposts. Jesus becomes not a relic from the ancient world, but our modern world's best hope.
Book by Andrew Turner: What is real success for a church? What are we aiming for? If it’s all about size and health, then why did Jesus curse that big, healthy-looking fig tree? Could it be that we are aiming to shape churches that will impress everyone but him? What does a truly fruitful church look like? Fruitful Church exposes how, ironically, the typical aims of growth and health actually choke real life from churches. It explores an alternative vision that refreshes every aspect of local church life and compels it to awaken from static religious institution towards the dynamic missional movement that God first planted.