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Peter At the Cross: An Eyewitness Tells All (Studies For Lent And Other Times)

David Mulready

Peter At the Cross: An Eyewitness Tells All (Studies For Lent And Other Times)

David Mulready

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In Peter at the Cross: An Eyewitness Tells All David Mulready explores the historical events surrounding the suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, mostly through the eyewitness accounts of the Apostle Peter. These 40 daily reflections can be used for personal study as well as by groups, with the use of sets of discussion questions. Eight sermon outlines are included which may be useful in the preparation of Bible talks.

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In Peter at the Cross: An Eyewitness Tells All David Mulready explores the historical events surrounding the suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, mostly through the eyewitness accounts of the Apostle Peter. These 40 daily reflections can be used for personal study as well as by groups, with the use of sets of discussion questions. Eight sermon outlines are included which may be useful in the preparation of Bible talks.
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David Mulready

David Mulready's clerical career began in the Diocese of Sydney and then he served 15 years in the Diocese of Armidale. Mulready was the NSW State Secretary of the Bush Church Aid Society from 1989, after which he moved St Stephens Anglican Church, Penrith (1993-2000). He then served as Rector at St Johns, Parramatta (2000-2004) until, as the Rev Canon David Mulready, he was elected Bishop of North-West Australia. Mulready was ordained as bishop in February 2004. He is the author of God's fellow workers

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