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Books and Publications

The Centre has a considerable number of books and recordings that are available for purchase. A small selection is shown below. 

Please contact us if you would like to purchase any of our publications.


Desert Harvest

Arthur Dodds

The story of how Arthur grew up with the handicap of poor health. Shot down over the Western Desert while in the Royal Air Force. Captured by the Italians. Escaped. Met Letty his wife. Studied at Oxford and Wells Theological College. Parish Priest. Cricketer, and finally his founding of the Harnhill Centre.

First Edition 1993
ISBN 0-946604-05-3
Second Edition 1998
ISBN 0-946604-16-9

God's Harvest

Arthur Dodds

A sequel to Desert Harvest, this book opens with the restoration of the barn at the Harnhill Centre. Canon Dodds takes us on an exciting romp through the Bible. This story of God's unfolding presence for mankind, told with clarity and simplicity that is at once easy to understand yet awesome in its majesty, brings the Bible alive and leaves no room for doubt that it is relevant today. Canon Dodds speaks convincingly yet gently of God's life-changing powers as He meets us at the point of our need and gathers in His harvest. Inspiring, thrilling and lively, this story will encourage you on your journey with God.

First Published 2000
ISBN 0-946604-18-5

The Circle of God's Love

Paul Springate

The Rev. Paul Springate was ordained into the Church of England in 1983, served his curacy in Plymouth and was a team vicar in Leicestershire for a further ten years. After working nationally as a prayer minister he was appointed Warden Chaplain of the Harnhill Centre in 1996.

For most of his ministry he has been involved in healing, particularly using the model described in this book. Guests at the Harnhill Centre have often asked for something to take home with them to remind them of this model of the way God works.

Taking the talks from the regular Introduction to Wholeness days at Harnhill, here is something that will, we hope and pray, help many to learn more of God's love and spread the message of hope through prayer ever more widely in our church and nation.

First Published 2005

One Way Single

Sheila Stevens

In her training as a physiotherapist at the Middlesex Hospital Sheila Stevens learned to help damaged bodies. But she was searching for something deeper, more meaningful and more satisfying.

In this candid and inspiring book, which will be of great help to readers young and old, Sheila recounts the story of her life's journey. With rare insight and humour she recalls her school-days when she looked forward to marriage and a family, then her training and practice as a physiotherapist in wartime. Only later did she realise that married life might not be for her but that she could find fulfilment in other ways.

When she retired from her chosen profession a new career in healing opened up before her. Now aged 82, her journey, recounted so frankly with great humour - and often through allegories - still continues unabated.

First Published 2001
ISBN 0-946604-21-5