Throughout history, people have sought to glorify God in creative ways. In this issue we reflect on how we bring ourselves closer to God in the work of our hands, as artists and craftworkers.
Jacqui Parkinson describes the background to her latest
exhibition, Threads through Revelation
Richard Briggs considers the craft of creating a holy dwelling
Jane Williamson tells us how one woman inspired volunteer action
to keep girls in school
A Nearly Infallible History of the Reformation combines
theological insights and historical analysis in a humorous
'Horrible Histories' style.
In Love is His Meaning, Keith Ward explores the various
figures of speech and images that Jesus used.
An alternative perspective on bible reading, this would give a
new Christian a way of relating to the scriptures or a new slant
for those familiar with the bible and wanting a different view.
Twelve sermons, one for each of the Twelve Days of Christmas,
make up a short but no means lightweight volume.