365 Days of Yes Hardback
Daily Prayers and Readings for a Missional Church
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365 Days of Yes
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Originating out of CMS is offers a resource for its supporters and members as well as for the wider church. CMS is one of the two major Anglican mission societies which has recently made the transition into being a religious community which seeks to equip and support the whole church for mission.
CMS has a large network of supports around the country and worldwide for whom this resource provides a daily link.
Its purpose is to deepen a sense of distinctiveness and identity throughout the Community, with members and supporters from different strands of CMS (Mission Partners, Pioneers, Encounter Participants, Members, Supporters etc) using the resource to pray for one another and grow together in discipleship for mission.
365 Days of Yes offers daily bible readings, prayers and texts from a wide variety of voices old and new around the theme of mission and mission spirituality.
Church Missionary Society seeks to enable learning and equipping community in which every member grows in discipleship and discovers a global perspective to the Christian faith.
365 Days of Yes by Church Missionary Society was published by Canterbury Press in March 2012 and is our 32876th best seller. The ISBN for 365 Days of Yes is 9781848250604.
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365 Days Of YesMelanie Carroll, via The Good Book Stall
What an incredibly different journey through the year, small glimpses and reflections from the letters of our friends serving in mission around the world with CMS (Church Mission Society). It's a way of helping those of us not away on mission to remember those on mission, but more than that it's a way for those of us at home to become as those on mission, it's a stretch out across boundaries and a reach into intentional mission communities. All of us can be active missioners no matter where we are or who we are if we actively try to reach out to those who don't yet know Christ, or who do but are on the margins of our society. What a witness this book can be daily to those looking to be more involved whether through thought and prayer or through action. I like the way the days are listed by their names in the Lectionary rather than the day/month or number of days in the year - this very much brings it into the liturgical model of the church and reflects the commitment of mission within the church, and in it's own way identifies the church being made manifest to those outside it too - it's a good bridging step in the way all good mission is.
As someone who feels called to intentional missional living through her daily job and life here in the UK, I felt very blessed by this book and will be using this alongside of my usual Common Prayer – a liturgy for ordinary radicals throughout 2013.
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Details for 365 Days of Yes
|Page last updated||4th December 2016|
|Author / Artist||Church Missionary Society|
|Publisher||Canterbury Press (March 2012)|
|Number of Pages||400|