Living Faithfully Paperback

Following Christ in Everyday Life

by John Pritchard;

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Bestselling author John Pritchard encourages Christians to bridge the sacred - secular divide and live out faithfulness

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Living Faithfully

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John Pritchard encourages British Christians to bridge the sacred-secular divide in his latest book – ‘Living Faithfully’.

Sunday morning teaching and church attitude often encourages us to deepen our relationship with God and become more and more engulfed in church related activities. John wants to reserves this over-heard message and promotes an outward looking faith living their faith in the world as much as at church.

John Pritchard – everyone’s favourite Bishop – uses gripping story-telling, bible readings, thoughtful questions, insightful prayer and light-hearted humour to carry his important message. If there’s one book Christians should read this year, it’s ‘Living Faithfully’.

“This is a very good book by a very exceptional leader… I am very glad to have read Living Faithfully.” – Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury.

About the Author

John Pritchard is Bishop of Oxford and was formerly Bishop of Jarrow. He was archdeacon of Canterbury and, before that, Warden of Cranmer Hall, Durham. He has served in parishes in Birmingham and Taunton, and has been Diocesan Youth Officer for Bath and Wells Diocese.

Books by John include The Intercessions Handbook, The Second Intercessions Handbook, Beginning Again, How to Pray, Living Easter Through the Year, How to Explain your Faith, The Life and Work of a Priest and Going to Church: A user’s guide. He is married to Wendy and has two married daughters.

Living Faithfully by John Pritchard was published by SPCK in April 2013 and is our 10322nd best seller. The ISBN for Living Faithfully is 9780281067626.

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The faith we proclaim on Sunday is just as relevant to the rest of the week, but contemporary British Christianity is failing to remove the sacred - secular divide. Too often the teaching and support we get from church is about deepening our personal commitment to Christ and getting us more involved in church activities, rather than enabling us to live out our faith at work and in the world. We need to close the gap between sacred and secular, and that's what this book aims to help us do. Each chapter identifies an issue, explores how we might respond and encourages us - through stories, humour, quotes, Scripture, questions and prayer - to seek to make a difference.
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“This is a very good book by a very exceptional leader. John Pritchard puts himself into what he writes, and the result is accessible, encouraging and fun, with a steel core that not only makes one think but takes one back to the face of Christ and the realities of Christian discipleship. John is never cheaply comfortable but always reassuringly real.” – Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury.

“Wise, honest and realistic, Living Faithfully joins the dots in a lively and compelling way between the core of Christian teaching and contemporary human experience.” – Christina Rees, broadcaster and writer.

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Details for Living Faithfully

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherSPCK (April 2013)
Number of Pages192
Thickness210 mm
Height216 mm
Width138 mm
Product Code4071981
Page last updated 18th February 2018
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