The Command: Learning to Love Like Jesus
The Command: Learning to Love Like Jesus
By Bruce Manners

Why is it that we remember the “thou shalt nots” of the 10 Commandments in the Old Testament better than the four “thou shalts” of Jesus in the New Testament? The commands? Love the Lord your God with all your heart. Love your neighbour as yourself. Love one another. Love your enemies. The over-arching command is to love.
Imagine what kind of people we would be if we took Jesus’ commands seriously. In His life and ministry, Jesus modelled what such love looks like—and this book is a call to learn to love like Him. After all, that’s what He commanded us to do.
Reckless Love
Reckless Love
By Bruce Manners

Whether exploring them for the first time or you've heard it all before, Reckless Love takes a fresh engaging and practical look at the core beliefs of Seventh-day Adventist Christianity.  Much more than a collection of dusty doctrines, these biblical understandings are stories of a God of reckless love and generous grace.
Retirement Ready? Plan Now to Retire Well
Retirement Ready? Plan Now to Retire Well
By Bruce Manners

Many people look forward to retirement as potentially the best time of their lives —but that won’t happen without planning and preparation. In a changing society, retirement itself is changing, so knowing the right questions to ask and finding credible information are all the more important.
Retirement Ready? offers a personal and practical guide to making the most of the exciting opportunities of retirement and meeting its inevitable challenges. While life is uncertain, planning for this stage of life gives the best possibilities for living well in retirement.
Retirement's Gift: Time to Grow Your Life and Faith
Retirement's Gift: Time to Grow Your Life and Faith
By Bruce Manners

With more of us living longer, the time we can expect to live in retirement has grown to an average of almost 20 years. You can do a lot of living in 20 years—or not. That depends on you.
Retirement promotion tends to be self-focused and pleasure-centred, which might be fine for a holiday, but not for 20-or-so years of living. Retirement’s gift is time to take more control of your life than you ever have. To make life rich and meaningful, to mend bridges and build them, to invest in others and explore your interest and talents—to re-invent yourself even. And there’s time to reaffirm and strengthen your faith, and to live it more fully.
Retirement’s Gift is a guide to living your best retirement.