Can Words Express Our Wonder? Paperback

by Rosalind Brown;

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Can Words Express Our Wonder?

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This comprehensive guide focuses on much more than the practicalities of preaching and will be welcomed by clergy, ordinands and lay preachers in all denominations. Part One considers the spiritual formation of preachers - by the Bible, by life's experience and by the Christian tradition, and outlines the many resources for study that may be tapped. Part Two explores the effects of the context in which preaching takes place - a congregation with known and unknown individuals, a given geographical and cultural setting, the wider world and current events, the type of service, the physical aspects of the building. Part Three examines various theologies of preaching and Part Four outlines different methodologies including using stories, preaching the lectionary and finding one's own voice. This resource complements two bestselling Canterbury Press titles - "Being a Priest Today" and "Being a Deacon Today"

Can Words Express Our Wonder? by Rosalind Brown was published by Canterbury Press in September 2009 and is our 10183rd best seller. The ISBN for Can Words Express Our Wonder? is 9781853119699.

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Details for Can Words Express Our Wonder?

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherCanterbury Press (September 2009)
Number of Pages192
Thickness231 mm
Height216 mm
Width135 mm
Product Code2393690
Page last updated 20th September 2018
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