Book Review

Book Review: Resourcing Sunday to Saturday Faith

Bishop Martyn, Bishop of Leicester, has authored this excellent and visionary booklet, outlining the vision for Licensed Lay Ministry in the future. It focuses on the three strands of Teaching the Faith, Enabling Mission and Leading in Church and Society.

The book is available as a digital download.

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Lent Books: Saying Yes to Life

The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent Book 2020 Genesis chapter 1, the first of the Bible’s creation narratives, provides the structure for this important book – a wide-ranging guide to environmental concerns for Christians, and a challenge to the world-wide church.

Lent Books: You Are Mine

Personal insights into the journey of faith This treasure of a Lent book has moved me deeply. David Walker, Bishop of Manchester, has given us a very personal insight into his own journey of faith as well as encouraging us

Lent Books: Nothing More and Nothing Less

A radical and challenging course on the social gospel ‘I, Daniel Blake, am a citizen, nothing more and nothing less.’ This remarkable, highly original, Lent course is based on the award-winning film, I, Daniel Blake (2016), directed by Ken Loach.

Lent Books: Walking the Way of the Cross

Encounters with Christ on the journey to the cross These prayers and reflections on the Stations of the Cross suggest several ways to accompany Jesus along the via dolorosa during Lent and Holy Week. For each station there is a