Saying Yes to Life: The Archbishop of Canterbury's Lent Book 2020
Ruth Valerio's book is perfect for individuals and groups to think, reflect, pray and be challenged together.' JUSTIN WELBY, from the Foreword Saying Yes to Life lifts our focus from every day (and perfectly natural) concerns to issues that are...
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Ruth Valerio's book is perfect for individuals and groups to think, reflect, pray and be challenged together.' JUSTIN WELBY, from the Foreword Saying Yes to Life lifts our focus from every day (and perfectly natural) concerns to issues that are impacting millions of lives around the world. As people made in the image of God, we are entrusted to look after what God has made - to share in the joy and creativity of God in making a difference for good. Ruth Valerio imaginatively draws on the Days of Creation (Genesis 1 - 2.2) in relating themes of light, water, land, the seasons, other creatures, humankind, Sabbath rest and resurrection hope to matters of environmental, ethical and social concern. Foundational to the book are what it means to be human and, in particular, to be a follower of Jesus during Lent. Voices from other continents are heard throughout, and each chapter ends with discussion questions, a prayer, and specially commissioned art to aid action and contemplation.
- Catalogue Code 544632
- Product Code 9780281083770
- ISBN 0281083770
- EAN 9780281083770
- Pages 192
- Department Ministry
- Category Church Resources
- Sub-Category Lectionary/church Year Resources
- Publisher Spck Society For Promoting Christian Knowledge
- Publication Date Nov 2019
- Sales Rank 4662
- Dimensions 213 x 137 x 17mm
- Weight 0.304kg
Ruth Valerio is the Manager of A Rochas Living Lightly 24:1 project, which enables people to live greener, simpler lives, and is the author of L is for Lifestyle: Christian living that doesnt cost the earth.
She is doing doctoral studies at Kings College London and spends much of her time speaking and writing on issues of justice and the environment, as well as living it out practically at home in a number of different ways. Previously she was Head of Social Responsibility for the Evangelical Alliance and an advocate for Christian Relief, Education and Development (Cred) and is a Tutor at the Open Theological College.