Koorong is our major partner in Australia teaming up with us to print Lost Sheep books and to make them available to the public. They have a big Lost Sheep section in each of their stores. The Koorong crew work very hard. Sometimes Princess Natasha pops in to help behind the counter on Saturday mornings.View Website
These are the guys who make sure the Lost Sheep books are on the shelves in all the fine bookshops across Australia and New Zealand. If your local shop has run out of Cecil books, get them to ring Crossroad. Dave the Donkey sometimes helps the Crossroad guys out with stocktaking. Dave can count to four if he uses all his hooves.View Website
Authentic Media handle all the Lost Sheep distribution, printing and stuff across the UK and Europe. We like hanging out with Authentic Media, they publish real books — with footnotes and indexes! Associating with Authentic Media makes Lost Sheep appear deep and thoughtful. Webster the Preacher Duck and Authentic Media are currently negotiating the publication of eight volumes of Reverend Duck's sermons (move over N.T. Wright).View Website
The place to worship if you don't like ironing. Messy Church and Lost Sheep have lots in common. We think the Gospel is fun, believe children have a central part to play in the life of the church, we love celebrating, stories, eating, embracing outsiders into God's family . . . and we are messy! You will often meet one of the Lost Sheep mob at Messy Church.View Website
This mob came up with the brilliant idea that the best way to get people to come to church is to invite them! On Back To Church Sunday regular churchgoers have to elbow their way through hoards of visitors just to get a cup of tea after the service. Now that's worth celebrating! Each year Cecil the Sheep helps out with a story and activities so the kids and all the visitors feel welcome. Hooray for Back To Church Sunday!
Does your child ask you to read the same story again and again and again? Before you go bonkers, hop on the Read to My Child website where Jasmine will read a favourite book to your child. You might even find a Lost Sheep story.View Website