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Living the Gospel Stories Today

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    John Pritchard(Author)

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This volume re-tells the narratives of the Gospels and shows how our own stories fit into - and can be transformed by - the Christian story. The book includes an introduction on the power of stories; 20 short chapters, each one based on an incident in the Gospels and ending with questions for personal or group reflection, further group activities, and suggestions for prayer; appendices on using stories in person reflection and prayer, in groups and in preaching.

John Pritchard is the Archdeacon of Canterbury, and author of The Intercessions Handbook (1997), Beginning Again (2000) and, with John Ballard, Practical Theology in Action (1996), all published by S.P.C.K. . He lives in Canterbury.

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  • PDF | 128 pages
  • John Pritchard(Author)
  • Society for Promoting Christian (31 May 2001)
  • English
  • 8
  • Religion & Spirituality

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  • By Gwenllian Kidd on 1 August 2015

    It is so easy to read but every chapter is thought- provoking. When I finished it I went straight back and read it again, with different parts speaking to me the second time. I sent a copy to a friend undergoing chemotherapy and she said it was excellent.

  • By Andrew Judge on 21 February 2013

    John Pritchard's wrIting is always so clear and inspiring - and this little volume doesn't disappoint either. Well worth reading.

  • By Terry on 27 August 2014

    Excellent, easy to understand and relevant explorations of well known stories.


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