New Liturgies For Daily Life (Pocket Edition) (#01 in Every Moment Holy Series)
This "Pocket Edition" is smaller in size and made with a flexible cover. It fits easily in a bag or glovebox or coat pocket -- perfect for everyday use while on the move. It includes all the liturgies from the...
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This "Pocket Edition" is smaller in size and made with a flexible cover. It fits easily in a bag or glovebox or coat pocket -- perfect for everyday use while on the move.
It includes all the liturgies from the Volume I hardcover edition plus a new liturgy from the forthcoming book featuring liturgies for seasons of dying and mourning.
over 100 liturgies for daily life (including liturgies for meals)
beautiful leather-bound flex-cover
Also includes two new illustrations by Ned Bustard.
New liturgies for daily life. EVERY MOMENT HOLY is a book of liturgies for the ordinary events of daily life--liturgies such as "A Liturgy for Feasting with Friends" or "A Liturgy for Laundering" or "A Liturgy for the First Hearthfire of the Season." These are ways of reminding us that our lives are shot through with sacred purpose even when, especially when, we are too busy or too caught up in our busyness to notice.
Douglas Kaine Mckelvey grew up in East Texas and moved to Nashville in 1991 to participate in the early work of Charlie Peacock's Art House Foundation, an organization dedicated to a shared exploration of faith and the arts. In the years since, he has worked as an author, song lyricist, scriptwriter, and video director. He has penned more than 350 lyrics recorded by artists including Switchfoot, Kenny Rogers, Sanctus Real, and Jason Gray.
Ned Bustard is a graphic designer, illustrator, and printmaker for World's End Images, the creative director for Square Halo Books, Inc., and curator of the Square Halo Gallery. He is on staff with CIVA (Christians in the Visual arts), serves as an elder for Wheatland Presbyterian Church, and is on the boards of the ASCHA (Association of Scholars of Christianity in the History of Art) and The Row House, Inc.