Bible to Go! Paperback
Reading the Bible in Everyday Places
by Elizabeth Pio;
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Engaging, fun reflections from the 'Tweeting Nun' on reading your Bible wherever you might be
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Bible to Go!
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It doesn't take more than a page or two to get absorbed by this hugely enjoyable and original book, in which Sister Elizabeth invites us to read the Bible:
- over a gingerbread latte in Costa Coffee
- having a little something down The Rose and Crown
- people watching at the train station
- scrubbing up in the bathroom
- foraging at the car boot sale
- revving it up with Top Gear
- and in the library ...
Bible to Go! by Elizabeth Pio was published by SPCK in April 2014 and is our 25825th best seller. The ISBN for Bible to Go! is 9780281071234.
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Bible To Go!Jackie Rowe, via The Good Book Stall
Reading this delightful book is like jumping into a jacuzzi of bubbling words. Stimulating and refreshing. Sister Elizabeth Pio asks us to imagine ourselves in various locations as we read Bible passages which she has chosen 'at random'. We sit down with her and her faithful Parsons Jack Russell in places including the train station, the pub, the kitchen, a car boot sale and in front of the TV watching some unlikely programmes!
As Sister Pio shares what she thinks God is saying about each passage, we are encouraged to hear for ourselves what God may be saying to us. More than that it inspires us to keep on meditating on God's word in our own unexpected spaces and places.
I love the humour, the insight and the cultural relevance of this book. Miss it, miss out!
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Details for Bible to Go!
|Page last updated||16th June 2017|
|Author / Artist||Elizabeth Pio|
|Publisher||SPCK (April 2014)|
|Number of Pages||112|