Joyful Christianity Paperback
Finding Jesus in the World
by Cally Hammond;
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Cally Hammond invites the reader of Joyful Christianity to experience afresh the events before, during and after Jesus birth. These events (the annunciation, the visitation, the nativity, the presentation in the Temple, and the finding in the Temple) will help to make the nativity story your own this Advent, and would make perfect reading for groups or individuals.
In Joyful Christianity, Cally Hammond leads us to discover new depths of meaning, to develop a deeper commitment to our faith, and to meet the challenges of life with joyful Christianity.
The Revd Dr Cally Hammond is the Dean of Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge. She previously worked in rural praishes of Ely and is the author of Passionate Christianity (SPCK, 2007).
Joyful Christianity by Cally Hammond was published by SPCK in August 2009 and is our 30151st best seller. The ISBN for Joyful Christianity is 9780281060870.
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Joyful ChristianityTeresa De Bertodano, via The Good Book Stall
Dr Cally Hammond draws on years of pastoral and scholarly experience to enable her readers to rediscover or deepen Christian belief. She draws on the ‘joyful mysteries’ of the Gospel of Luke: the annunciation, the visitation, the birth of Jesus, the presentation in the Temple and the finding in the Temple. The five short chapters make this an excellent Advent book, especially for those of us who find that the Christmas rush has little to do with joyful Christianity! I particularly appreciate the fact that she includes the relevant Gospel passages instead of presuming that we are familiar with them.
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Details for Joyful Christianity
|Page last updated||21st August 2015|
|Author / Artist||Cally Hammond|
|Publisher||SPCK (August 2009)|
|Number of Pages||96|