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So What's the Story...?

A resource book for Christian Reflection and Practice

So What's the Story...?

A resource book for Christian Reflection and Practice

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Paperback, 198 x 126mm

£9.99

Publisher: Methodist Publishing
ISBN: SWTS-CT-19
Number of Pages: 160
Published: 25/06/2019

A resource book for Christian Reflection and Practice by The Revd Dr Barbara Glasson and Professor Clive Marsh, respectively President and Vice-President of the Methodist Conference 2019/2020.

Life is an intricate tapestry of stories.

Stories help us better to understand the world around us, our relationships with other people, and even ourselves. We use them in our daily life and work; churches and other communities use them to build from within and to reach out to others; and stories enrich our knowledge of God and help us grow in faith.

What can we learn from other people’s stories? How can we better express our own story, and hold it alongside the stories of God? How can a deep engagement with all these stories be helpful to our life and witness, and on what occasions can they be unhelpful?

This inspiring new book explores these questions, and can be studied privately or in groups. Each chapter includes points for reflection, points for connection, and a suggested prayer.

Published by Darton, Longman and Todd.

Revd Dr Barbara Glasson is President of the Methodist Conference 2019/2020. She is a Methodist minister who has spent most of her ministry working in city centres, in interfaith work and among those living on the margins of church life. Her books include The Exuberant Church and I Am Somewhere Else.

Professor Clive Marsh is Vice-President of the Methodist Conference 2019/2020. He is a local preacher in the Methodist Church and research fellow at the Queen’s Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education, Birmingham and at Wesley House, Cambridge. His books include Christ in Practice.