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  • by David Horner & Steve Stoddard
    £10.99 - 19.49

    Target exam success with My Revision Notes.

  • by David Horner & James John Harrison
    £50.99

    We are working with Cambridge Assessment International Education to gain endorsement for this forthcoming title.

  • by David Horner
    £12.49

    We are working with Cambridge Assessment International Education to gain endorsement for this forthcoming title.

  • - Overcoming 7 Challenges Pastors Face
    by David Horner
    £8.99

    Many books focus on how to grow a church and "succeed" as a pastor, but few help clergy cope with the daily pressures they face in juggling the demands of ministry, family, and personal ambitions. David Horner overturns the notion that pastors must accept disobedience in some aspects of life to thrive in others. Examining his thirty years of pastoral ministry, Horner mines seven key challenges that pastors must face well in order to restore and maintain a healthy balance.Church leaders and those who love them will find this book a practical and biblical guide that reinvigorates their calling.

  • by David Horner & Steve Stoddard
    £10.99

    Support and encourage students in their study of AQA A-level Economics with these revised and restructured write-in Workbooks.

  • - Observer Missions and Beyond, 1947-2006
    by David Horner, Rhys Crawley & Peter Londey
    £84.99 - 101.49

    Volume I of the Official History of Australian Peacekeeping, Humanitarian and Post-Cold War Operations recounts the Australian peacekeeping missions that began between 1947 and 1982, and follows them through to 2006, which is the end point of this series. The operations described in The Long Search for Peace - some long, some short; some successful, some not - represent a long period of learning and experimentation, and were a necessary apprenticeship for all that was to follow. Australia contributed peacekeepers to all major decolonisation efforts: for thirty-five years in Kashmir, fifty-three years in Cyprus, and (as of writing) sixty-one years in the Middle East, as well as shorter deployments in Indonesia, Korea and Rhodesia. This volume also describes some smaller-scale Australian missions in the Congo, West New Guinea, Yemen, Uganda and Lebanon. It brings to life Australia's long-term contribution not only to these operations but also to the very idea of peacekeeping.

  • - Overcome Common Struggles and Thrive in Ministry
    by David Horner
    £8.49 - 10.99

    An experienced pastor helps people in full time ministry stay effective and avoid burn out by offering practical guidance to meet seven common challenges.

  • by David Horner & Steve Stoddard
    £6.99 - 11.99

    Covering what you really need to know for Edexcel A-level Economics - in less than 130 pages, this revision guide makes revision easy - whether you're getting started early or you need to do some last-minute cramming.

  • by David Horner & Steve Stoddard
    £6.99 - 11.99

    Covering what you really need to know for AQA A-level Economics - in just 120 pages, this revision guide makes revision easy - whether you're getting started early or you need to do some last-minute cramming.

  • by David Horner
    £20.99 - 63.49

    Guides readers through the maze of financial terms and accounting concepts, providing in depth coverage of annual accounts, management accounting and financial management.

  • by David Horner & Steve Stoddard
    £7.49

    Target success in AQA AS Economics with this proven formula for effective, structured revision; key content coverage is combined with exam-style tasks and practical tips to create a revision guide that students can rely on to review, strengthen and test their knowledge.With My Revision Notes, written by experienced teachers David Horner and Steve Stoddard, every student can:- Plan and manage a successful revision programme using the topic-by-topic planner- Consolidate subject knowledge by working through clear and focused content coverage- Test understanding and identify areas for improvement with regular 'Now Test Yourself' tasks and answers- Improve exam technique through practice questions, expert tips and examples of typical mistakes to avoid- Get exam ready with last minute quick quizzes at www.hoddereducation.co.uk/myrevisionnotes

  • by David Horner & Steve Stoddard
    £10.99

    Support and encourage students in their study of AQA A-level Economics with these revised and restructured write-in Workbooks.

  • - 100+ Activities to Stimulate Writing in Key Stage 2
    by David Horner
    £17.99

  • by Russell Hart, David Horner, Philip D. Grove, et al.
    £22.49

  • by David Horner & Leanna Oliver
    £26.99

    Collins Cambridge IGCSE (R) Accounting Student Book provides comprehensive coverage of the Cambridge IGCSE Accounting (0452) syllabus, with in-depth content presented in a clear and easily accessible format. Written by experienced teachers, it offers a wide range of carefully developed features to help students to develop and apply their knowledge.

  • - The Official History of ASIO, 1949-1963
    by David Horner
    £23.99

    With unprecedented access to their hitherto sealed records, this is the first volume of a remarkable official history of ASIO - a revealing and authoritative account of the early years of Australia's national security intelligence service.

  • - Australia's Struggle for an Independent War Strategy, 1939-1945
    by David Horner
    £38.49

    Since it was first published in 1982, High Command had become the standard reference for anyone interested in Australia's participation in the Second World War, this edition was originally published in 1992. The 50th anniversary of battles such as Singapore, Coral Sea and Kokoda in 1942 re-awakened interest in these milestones in Australia's struggle for independence. Despite the well-known exploits of Australian servicemen in a score of famous battles, Australia's contribution to the war was ultimately determined by the strategic policy-makers in Canberra, Washington and London.How competent were our politicians, military leaders and advisers in formulating our own war strategy? How much did the performance of Australian troops on the battlefield affect our ability to influence allied strategy?The author describes the clash between Generals Rowell and Blamey in Greece. He reveals the impact of the secretary of the Department of Defence, Sir Frederick Shedden, on strategic policy-making. He analyses the role of intelligence, especially signals intelligence, in allied strategy. He shows how Blamey's miscalculation in 1944 removed any chance of Australian troops joining the Americans in the Philippines. And he reveals how a British admiral challenged the authority of the Australian government.High Command presents the remarkable, full story of the political battles behind the military battles.

  • by David Horner
    £19.49

    Accounting for Non-Accountants provides the perfect introduction to the basics of accounting and finance. Designed for non-specialists with little or no background in accounting, it guides readers through the maze of financial terms and accounting concepts and techniques in a clear and easy-to-follow style.Now in its 11th edition, Accounting for Non-Accountants includes information on the UK GAAP accounting standards as well as an overview of current international standards, and updates including a new chapter on how competition, the financial markets and government economic policy can influence organizations. The book is structured clearly to provide in-depth understanding in three key areas: annual accounts (including income statements, balance sheets, cash flow and reporting standards); management accounting (costing, marginal costing and budgetary controls); and financial management (including the cost of capital, working capital, investment appraisal and performance analysis).With updated online resources, including additional review questions for each chapter and a multiple choice question section, Accounting for Non-Accountants is ideal for beginners and provides an excellent grounding for those taking accountancy qualifications.

  • - Australian Peacekeeping in Asia, Africa and Europe 1991-1993
    by David Horner & John Connor
    £98.49

    Volume 3 of the official history of Australian peacekeeping, humanitarian and post-cold war operations explores Australia's involvement in six overseas missions following the end of the Gulf War: Cambodia (1991-99); Western Sahara (1991-94); the former Yugoslavia (1992-2004); Iraq (1991); Maritime Interception Force operations (1991-99); and the contribution to the inspection of weapons of mass destruction facilities in Iraq (1991-99). These missions reflected the increasing complexity of peacekeeping, as it overlapped with enforcement of sanctions, weapons inspections, humanitarian aid, election monitoring and peace enforcement. Granted full access to all relevant Australian Government records, David Horner and John Connor provide readers with a comprehensive and authoritative account of Australia's peacekeeping operations in Asia, Africa and Europe.

  • - From Peacekeeping to Peace Enforcement: 1988-1991
    by David Horner
    £93.49

    This volume of the Official History of Australian Peacekeeping, Humanitarian and Post-Cold War Operations is the first comprehensive study of Australia's role in the peacekeeping and peace enforcement operations that developed at the end of the Cold War. It recounts vital missions including Namibia (1989-90), Iran (1988-90) and Pakistan/Afghanistan (1989-93), and focuses primarily on Australia's reaction to Iraq's invasion of Kuwait in 1990, including its maritime interception operations, and its controversial participation in the 1991 Gulf War. With exclusive access to Australian Government records and through extensive interviews, David Horner explains the high-level political background to these activities and analyses the conduct of the missions. He brings to life the little-known, yet remarkable stories of many individuals who took part. This is an authoritative and compelling history of how members of the Australian Defence Force engaged with the world at a crucial time in international affairs.

  • by David Horner
    £26.49

    Our new media landscape of social networking, blogging, and interactivity has forever changed how media content is produced and distributed. Choices about how to gather, evaluate and publish information are ever more complex. This blurring of boundaries between general public values and the values of media professionals has made media ethics an essential issue for media professionals, but also demonstrates how it must be intrinsically part of the wider public conversation. This book teaches students to navigate ethical questions in a digital society and apply ethical concepts and guidelines to their own practice. Using case studies, judgement call boxes and further reading, Understanding Media Ethics clarifies the moral concepts in media contexts, and enables students to apply them to practical decision making through real-life worked examples. Covering key topics such as media freedoms, censorship, privacy, standards, taste, regulation, codes of practice and the ethics of representation, this is an essential guide for students in journalism, media, communication and public relations.

  • by David Horner
    £15.49

    "e;Why are more churches not engaged in practical, substantial ways of taking the gospel to the nations?"e;When Missions Shape the Mission unpacks a statistical study of traditionally evangelical churches that reveals their anemic level of commitment to the biblical mandate of making Christ known around the world. Veteran pastor David Horner makes the data easy to understand, challenging other pastors to radically assign their best leadership and resources to missions as he looks at where the church is today, how it got there, and where we must go from here:"e;Let's dream a godly dream. What if you committed to step up and lead your church in the pursuit of becoming a mission-focused church? Then, what if you invited ten of your pastor friends to join you in the effortand each of them did the same? What would happen to the available missions force beginning right here in the West?"e;

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