Why Christianity was never meant to be simple - an essential exploration of the paradoxes that lie at the heart of the Christian faith. "Paradox is often the pathway to truth, and Kris Kandiah is an accomplished guide along the road." (Rev Michael Green)

Home for Good

Krish and Miriam Kandiah write from a deep well of experience as they explore the landscape of adoption and fostering in today's culture. In this book they provide practical models to help anyone who has a vision to offer homes to some of the most vulnerable in our society. (Nicky Gumbel)

Route 66

“Connects the reader to the Bible fresh, motivational and life changing ways”
(David Jackman, Founder of the Cornhill Training course)

“A great aid to understanding the Bible”
(Graeme Goldsworthy, Moore College, Sydney)

Twenty Four

At last a book that helps me to worship God in all that I do - from work to recreation and from shopping to eating - this gem of a book is a great antidote to wordly conformity and unbiblical 
piety. This is an urgently needed resource to help God's people live authentic, joined up lives to the glory of God. I commend it wholeheartedly." (Richard Cunningham, UCCF)


"A thought-provoking glimpse at the Christian worldview and what it means 
to keep our minds and hearts focussed on the bigger picture. Highly 
(Jason Elam, Denver Broncos)


"Fresh is quite unlike anything I have read before. I remember expressing frustration at the lack of good books aimed at the student market two years ago and I think my prayers have now been answered. Krish has touched on every challenge facing Christian students today with grace, wisdom, humour and great biblical insight."
(Will Van der Hart)