Coffee, Tea and Holy Water Paperback
One Woman's Journey to Experience Christianity Around the Globe
by Amanda Hudson;
A Bird's Eye View
Take an armchair tour of the practice of Christianity in our world across borders and over continents
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Coffee, Tea and Holy Water
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Author Amanda Hudson provides a personal touch with cultural curiosities and profound questions about the nature and practice of faith as she travels to five countries: Brazil, Wales, Tanzania, China and Honduras.
Part reflection, part entertaining travelogue, Coffee Tea, and Holy Water explores everything from each culture's offer of hospitality to life in a Masaai boma. "There are lessons to be learned from other countries that are not visible in our own culture," writes Hudson, "questions that are not our questions, struggles that are not our normal struggles. Yet, when we look around the throne one day at the nations assembled there, instead of marveling at the diversity, I think we will actually be fascinated by what we all had in common".
This is a book about the places we meet, what we share, how we can learn to cross borders (geographical, cultural, personal) and learning that the steps to do so make all the difference.
Honest, witty and thought-provoking, these stories come from a young woman raised in the southern states of the USA, who found herself wondering what 'normal' Christianity looked like in other countries.
Coffee, Tea and Holy Water by Amanda Hudson was published by Abingdon Press in March 2015. The ISBN for Coffee, Tea and Holy Water is 9781426793134.
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|Page last updated||4th January 2017|
|Author / Artist||Amanda Hudson|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Abingdon Press (March 2015)|
|Number of Pages||224|