This book that takes the story of Abraham in Genesis as the basis for a series of six Lenten studies. Each chapter is followed by a set of questions arising from it, as well as suggested further reading.
In this rousing book, David Adam celebrates the lives and interweaving stories of the great saints Aidan, Bede and Cuthbert. They have much to teach us, he believes, about vision—about expanding our spiritual awareness and deepening our love for God.
Beloved hymn All Things Bright and Beautiful in picture book format.
In this riveting book, Andrew Mayes explores how the first-century setting of Jesus reveals his identity as builder, hermit, rebel, mystic, reveler, jester, iconoclast, revealer, enigma, liberator, traveler, mentor, brother, and trailblazer. The aim is to encourage us to see how these images can inform the practice and spirituality of leadership today. Each chapter ends with a set of penetrating questions.
This full-colour picture book brings to life this well-known carol for a young audience. Filled with the characters and animals from the nativity scene, remember afresh the wonder of the Christmas Story through the lyrics of this beloved carol.
Navigating (with Jesus) the changes that hit you when you bring a child into the western world.
Barefoot Ways offers the reader a poetic, prayerful meditation for every day of December and January. It connects with the spiritual themes of Advent, Christmas and Epiphany and takes the reader from the first days of a new Christian year to the feast of Candlemas on February 2nd.
A significant amount of stress is experienced by Christian leaders. This book will help them to focus on those aspects of their work that are energising and life-giving.
A book of practical help and encouragement for anyone looking for a new start in their spiritual journey or wanting to take that journey further for the first time.
Against the negative stereotypes, this book argues that chaplains are a valuable resource to the Church. Embedded in places as diverse as prisons, hospitals, educational establishments and the armed forces, their experiences and expertise can be very helpful for thinking about ministry, ecclesiology and the engagement with contemporary society.