Anthony Delaney - Author

“Anthony Delaney writes as he speaks – from God’s heart to your heart, I could not recommend his teaching more highly.”

Sarah De Carvalho Founder of Happy Child, Brazil
Work it Out - What it means to follow Jesus

Work it Out - What it means to follow Jesus

£6.99

A resource for individual or group use to help you experience a transforming relationship with Jesus Christ.

To order the paperback version, visit Amazon.com.

“I read Work It Out wondering why we haven’t made the Gospel message as simple as this before now! It is simple yet practical and most importantly it is accessible to all. Highly recommended.”

Peter Martin CEO Spring Harvest & Memralife

"If you're looking for a no-nonsense book to help you, or someone else, find answers to questions about becoming a Christian, look no further! 'Work it Out' gets to the heart of things in language that's easy to understand, but full enough not to cut corners. It's presented in a format that's fun to read, but it treats the issues with serious intent."

Rob White Team Leader, Life Church Wilmslow

“Delaney’s done it again!! - Another fantastic book! In Simple & yet a very impactful way this down to earth ex copper matches clarity with profundity – it’s an easy read and an unpretentious summary of the best message of all time. The man’s an inspiration and so is this book.”

James Ray CEO, 4M UK

"Anthony Delaney's heart is now on paper and its beat is strong and filled with love and strategic wisdom. He brings the good news of God's kingdom to the everyday person who needs to hear it most. I highly recommend this resource as a field-based, tested and true, love filled, wisdom dripping, God inspired work that will help you share the gospel of Jesus effectively."

Danielle Strickland Mission Mobiliser for the Salvation Army, North America
Diamond Geezers

Diamond Geezers

£7.99

Intense heat and a great deal of pressure can transform carbon into either coal or diamond. Today men are under pressure in many different areas of their lives and the heat is on. Will we crumble under pressure or come up shining? Anthony Delaney provides inspiration and direction on the 6 key areas that challenge all men and show us how to be "Diamond Geezers" instead of "Coal Men": - Family - Finance - Fitness - Father - Failure - Friends.

To order the paperback version, visit Amazon.com.

"A great book for men that women will want to read first!"

J. John Evangelist and author
The BEST Marriage

The BEST Marriage

£6.99

If you’re looking forward to marriage, loving your marriage or living to regret it: you deserve the B.E.S.T.

Finally - a marriage book that men will read too! The author of ‘Diamond Geezers’ and ‘The Don’t Have To Do List’ reveals field-tested principles that have prepared thousands for successful marriage, inspired at innumerable wedding talks and marriage blessings.

To order the paperback version, visit Amazon.com.

"EVERY couple preparing for marriage or those who are married would benefit from reading this book"

J. John Evangelist and author

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Get Him Something Useful For Fathers Day!

Most of the cards I see for Father’s Day are a bit of a joke, and not that funny. ‘Dad’ is praised – for his farts or ability to drink beer. Is that it? But in a world where men don’t know how to be men, how on earth are they meant to learn to be a father? Gordon Dalbey wrote about polling a group of 350 men and asking whether and how their own fathers ever gave them help, encouragement or support in parenting. Only 5 put their hands up. Even less men heard anything from a father as they wrestled through issues such as their own sexuality. And we wonder why we’re in a mess? God promised to turn the hearts of the children back to the fathers, and if not the land is cursed. I’d say we’re seeing the second part of that in so many areas, because we are not seeing the first. The stakes could not be higher! If he’s still around, celebrate Dad today. I really miss mine. Buy him a tankard or a […]


Why Aren’t Men (Even Christian Men) More Like Jesus?

Everywhere I go these days I see young men with long hair and beards, but being like Jesus doesn’t mean trying to look like him. I posted on my Facebook page yesterday about my friend Krish Kandiah. He doesn’t have a beard but I’d just read a blog he had written outlining a positive way we should connect with Muslims rather than give way to Islamophobia. He works tirelessly to put the lonely in families and most recently is helping the government rethink its refusal to receive refugee children from Europe. I thought, “I wish I was more like Krish.’ Why did I think that? I reposted his blog with comment, “This man is so like Jesus, full of grace and truth.” That’s why. When I was at primary school, I wanted to be like the bigger boys. At High school, I wanted to be like Mr. Stanford the P.E. Teacher. When I joined the Police Cadets, I wanted to be like the ‘real’ police. When I became a police officer, I wanted to be like the old timers who […]


Quick Video – My New Book ‘Work It Out’

I wrote Work It Out to help Christians understand and explain their faith better, and so people who aren’t following Jesus yet will understand why we believe it’s the best decision you’ll ever make. The video summarises the main messages. Please watch it, and if you’re a social media type Tweet or Facebook share it to help me. All proceeds from the book go to Ivy Church. Available on Amazon in the USA and UK J. John says it’s,”Readable without being shallow, wide-ranging without being overwhelming and challenging without being threatening.” If you’ve read Work It Out already (and really liked it!) I’d be so grateful for you to share a positive review on Amazon.   


FULLY ALIVE! My notes from @erwinmcmanus teaching day at WCA UK

Everything this guy says is tweetable 🙂 I started tweeting some but I couldn’t do that and take good notes so I stopped tweeting… I have seen way too many people not reach their potential, but it’s unthinkable that Christians do that. Christians have been taught that the future was set, by the same people who taught that the world was flat. The words we use most end up having the least meaning for us. Beautifying the bride? If you put a beautiful white dress on a bride with a leg cut off and bleeding, she’s not looking too good. He is from El Salvador – which means ‘The Saviour’. Great address! But he grew up without much religious connection. God was an unreal object of frustration for his mother. He was interested in mythology, to try to work out what it was to be human, which led to a psychiatrist from 12. The psychiatrist asked him, ‘What do you see?’ That clued him into how people see differently. He began to want to escape from a reality he didn’t […]