Thrive Bookstall

Publication Date: 01/01/1970

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A Note from Muddy Pearl

Thank God it’s Monday by Mark Greene

So much more than a means to a mortgage, our work is a gift from God. And he wants to see us flourish in it all, doing what we were made to do: creating value, building homes or businesses, teaching primary schoolers or training pilots, stitching up minor injuries or serving macchiatos. In this innovative, compelling, often funny, story-filled book, Mark Greene looks at how we can truly flourish in our work – joyfully revised for a new generation. An empowering, tried and tested guide towards a more fulfilling and fruitful working life, revealing our work as a gift from God.


The Accidental Social Entrepreneur by Grant Smith

Grant Smith, an ordinary bloke with a day job as a quantity surveyor, ran a charity in Nairobi for over twenty years in his spare time and then began businesses to end the endemic poverty cycle. He is now pursuing the incredible ambition of trying to develop affordable housing for the very poorest into Nairobi. A great read on mission and calling, written with a wry sense of humour and complete honesty about his failures and mistakes, this book will bring a smile and inspire you to use your gifts to change the world.


Lead by Karl Martin

Ultimately, true leadership is not about persuading others to serve your dream – it is about seeing others released into the dreams, the gifting and calling that the Lord has placed on their lives. This deceptively profound, honest and practical book gives challenge for younger leaders, encouragement for mid-life leaders, and refreshment for the mature leaders – and what may be some of the most significant lessons of their leadership life.


Every Good Endeavour by Timothy Keller 

Work may seem just a means to an end: we do it to earn the money to enjoy life outside the workplace. Here, Timothy Keller argues that God’s plan is radically more ambitious: he actually created us to work. This book provides the foundations for a work-life balance where we can thrive both personally and professionally. Keller shows how, through excellence, integrity, discipline, creativity and passion in the workplace, we can impact society for good.


Canoeing the Mountains by Tod Bolsinger

Drawing from his extensive experience as a pastor and consultant, Tod Bolsinger brings decades of expertise in guiding churches and organizations through uncharted territory. He offers a combination of illuminating insights and practical tools to help you reimagine what effective leadership looks like in our rapidly changing world. If you’re going to scale the mountains of ministry, you need to leave behind canoes and find new navigational tools. Reading this book will set you on the right course to lead with confidence and courage.


Unravelled by Jon Petersen

What does it take to build a healthy, community-impacting church in the 21st century? Unravelled is an exploration of three distinct expressions of being the Church as told through three true stories of those seeking to transform culture with God’s Kingdom: a burgeoning megachurch that hit a wall when its founding pastor had to suddenly step down, a group of praying friends who accidentally became a church, and a church planter who took up residence in a depressed neighborhood and got so busy helping people and revitalizing the city that his “church” never got built.

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