As we work together on the rich canvas God gives us, we create vivid patterns that become like the patterns on a kaleidoscope.
In this issue, we explore ways we can work together in different settings.
Kathy Galloway explores some of the leadership models used by
Libby Lane shares thoughts on her first year serving as a bishop
in the Church of England
Laura Cook explains how a small group of women in eastern India
is making a difference
John Hunt Publishing (2014)
If you have not read the Quaker writer, Jennifer Kavanagh, then
you must. In all her previous books she displays such wisdom and
Marylebone House (2015)
This is Kate Charles' first book, originally published in 1991
and reprinted in 2015. I enjoyed the book, although I'm not sure if
a reader with no church background would relate to the characters
and the church politics within the story.
The Psalms - Prayers for today's church
York Courses are designed for Christians from different
traditions to study together in groups. Here we have looked at two
recent examples, but more are available.
Faith in the Street
Canterbury Press (2014)
Sara Miles writes with the engagement of a seasoned storyteller
and journalist together with the compassionate heart of a pastor,
deeply immersed in city life. For Sara the kingdom of heaven is a