The Stone
Publishing Trust

Welcome to The Stone Publishing Trust

The Trust is a UK Registered charity (No 1034689) dedicated to the production and distribution of Christian magazines, booklets and tracts.

New for 2020:

A new booklet "Selections of Addresses and Preachings by Mark Lemon" is being made available this year.  Please click here to see an online version of this publication.  The hard copy version will be sent out in July 2020, free of charge, to all previous subscribers to the Living Water Magazine. A PDF or EPUB file of the book can also be obtained from the downloads section for personal use on a Kindle or iPad.


The Trust currently publishes one bi-monthly magazine:

Youthful Days - a gospel magazine for young people - 20 colour pages with poems, puzzles, and Bible based teaching.
(Editor: Keith Wickens)

Living Water -  a magazine for the encouragement and help of Christians 
(no longer published but available as an archive)

For further details see the YOUTHFUL DAYS and LIVING WATER sections of this site.  Examples of typical articles, including recent features, are available from the drop down menus.


We seek to promote tract distribution by providing tracts free of charge to any who wish to use them.  The tracts present the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ in a simple and easily understandable way.  Further details are given in the TRACTS section of this site where there are some examples of a few of the tracts.


The trust publishes (or acts as distributor for) several Christian books and booklets, including a hymnbook particularly popular with those who visit Homes for the elderly and similar places.  Details are available in the CATALOGUE link within the SPT drop down menu.  

Many second-hand books are available free of charge, though a contribution to delivery costs is welcome.  These books are mainly the works of J. N. Darby, F. E. Raven,  J.Taylor (Snr.), C. A. Coates, and J. B. Stoney, together with other books of ministry and teaching.  Enquiries about these books should be made to Graham Boyes at E-mail:  or by writing directly to the Trust.