David Aston's Jesus book


undefinedThe parish administrator at Congleton Team Parish has published a book about the Lord � after feeling a call to write it. David Aston's book essentially tells the story of the four gospels in one narrative, but is written in the first person style with Jesus telling the story.

A computer programmer by trade, David spent eleven years working for the Message Trust – a Christian charity working to improve the lives of young people in Greater Manchester.
Some five years ago David felt it was time to leave the Trust, and had set his heart on a role as a parish youth worker, having worked voluntarily with youth groups in Congleton and in Germany for many years.

But having handed in his notice at the Trust, David didn’t get the youth worker post he wanted, which led to a period of soul-searching.

And after a while God’s words in Jeremiah 29:11 became very relevant to him: “For I know the plans I have for you, plans to prosper you and not to harm you … plans to give you hope and a future."

Then David felt a call to write his book, It’s Me: Jesus. It stayed as a file on his computer for three years or so until Onwards and Upwards Publishers wrote to say they would be pleased to publish it.

It is now available from Christian and other book stores, as well as from online outlets.

It’s Me: Jesus is available in paperback priced at £11.99 (ISBN 9781910197257). It’s also available in hardback, Kindle, ePub, Kobo and PDF formats. Prices vary.



Above - David Aston's book. Below - the author