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Something Understood
This is the title of a new book by Graham Evans published in late 2015. A rather lighter read than his previous work (Disabled Church? 2009) it combines autobiography with reflection on Christian discipleship and a sprinkling of Graham's distinctive humour. The book is subtitled "Reflections on Discipleship and Disability" but the hope is that readers will relate to some of the shared experiences, whether they see themselves as able-bodied or disabled.

Something Understood will retail at £7.99 .
To order a copy / copies please send an email to dadrev52@aol.com or through the contact page on this website.

Any surplus after costs have been met will be donated to The Refugee Council

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