Transparencies: Pictures of Mission Through Prayer and Reflection
Church House Publishing, 2002 - 62 pàgines
What do Sister Wendy, the Muppets, Harry Potter and a sculpture of Jesus on the cross have in common? The answer is that they can all provide a focus for prayer and reflection which in turn can be used to help us see more clearly how God is at work in and through our contemporary culture. This book of prayers and reflections includes extracts from books, poems, pictures and pieces of music which, like transparencies, or photographic negatives ready for development, have colours and images waiting to be discovered. This collection, road tested by the ecumenical Mission Theological Advisory Group, is suitable for all kinds of prayer and study groups and can be used as a Lent or Advent course.
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vision Douglas Coupland Girlfriend in a Coma
sacrifice J K Rowling the Harry Potter novels
praise the hymns of Isaac Watts
hope Sister Wendy Beckett The Gaze of Love
the cross Jonathan Clarke Christ on the Cross
evil Judges 1921
absence R S Thomas The moon in Lleyn
loss Barbara Kingsolver The Poisonwood Bible
desire the Bluewater shopping centre Kent
transformation The Muppets Christmas Carol
abuse Amen Ancient and Modern angels beauty become Bible study Bluewater bring centre challenge chapter Christ Christian Christmas Church comes creation cross culture dark death desire directed discussion doors eternal evil example experience exploration face faith Father feel focus further give God's Gospel Graham Kings happens Harry Harry Potter heart hope human hymns Hymns Ancient idea illustration important interest Jesus journey kind learns light lives look Lord material mean meditation mission never novel offer ourselves person picture poem praise prayer presence Publishing questions reminded Revd Richard scripture sculpture seems sense share Sister society song spiritual Star story suffering suggested tell theological reflection things thoughts tradition transformation truth turning vision Watts Wendy whole women