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RT @CrownCourtChrchBoth sin and God are closer than we think, argues Ron Ferguson. via @cofslifeandwork

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ISBN-13: 9780715208069
Published: 01/09/2003
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These 42 entertaining, short reflections are not meant to offer the final word on the meaning of God, life, the universe and everything. Instead, they come from observation and ordinary, everyday experience. They offer the reader glimpses of a new perspective on daily life
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Nick Baines

Nick Baines is the Bishop of Bradford. He is the Anglican co-chair of the Meissen Commission (which develops relations between the Church of England and the Evangelische Kirche in Germany), chair of the Sandford St. Martin Trust, and represents the Archbishop of Canterbury in international interfaith conferences. For many years he has regularly contributed to the media in the UK and beyond. He is a contributor to the Pilgrim course.

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'On a blustery cold day, as I write this, Nick Baines has worked his ecclesiastical magic and made me feel much sunnier. And that's a God-given gift'. -- Sarah Kennedy 'Thought-provoking with zest, careful reflection and great fun ... This is spirituality for busy people who enjoy the richness of God's creation.' -- The Rev. Dr Richard A. Burridge 'Short and sharp, often wry, always to the point.' Christian Marketplace

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Bought for a worship group.
Lots of ideas to adapt for short all age reflections.

Tue 14 Aug 2018 @ 9:48

RT @CrownCourtChrchBoth sin and God are closer than we think, argues Ron Ferguson. via @cofslifeandwork

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