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Quiet Spaces: The City

Quiet Spaces: The City
This three times a year journal is for Christians who are looking for new ways to deepen and develop their faith.
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ISBN/EAN: 9781841014838
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Publisher: BRF
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This three times a year journal is for Christians who are looking for new ways to deepen and develop their faith. It offers an opportunity to rest and re-energise in God's presence, balancing ideas for withdrawal and retreat with inspiration for response and action. Feature articles, prayers, poems, regular contributors and an emphasis on reader involvement will make the journal a pleasure to dip into again and again. In the words of Revd Canon, David Adam 'Let those who risk taking 'time out' to read Quiet Spaces be filled with the wonder, awe and beauty of what God presents to them each day.' The contents include: John Proctor: The good, the bad and the holy; Simon Coupland: Legends in the city; John Pridmore: Hackney - the inner city of God; Stephen Rand: No more tears; Jenny Robertson: Four cities and a song; David Adam: A celebration of autumn; Gordon Giles: The Holy city; Myrtle Hall: The House Group; Eddie Askew: Loving Relationships; Michael Mitton: Heaven on earth; Naomi Starkey: Arriving in the city; Matt Wilson: Eden - called to the streets; Dorothy Stewart: St Augustine of Hippo; Kathy Galloway: Between the island and the city; Veronica Zundel: Musings of a middle-aged mystic; and Beryl Adamsbaum: Prayer through the week.
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