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Restoring the Woven Cord

Michael Mitton

Restoring the Woven Cord

Michael Mitton

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When they discover Celtic spirituality, many Christians feel that in some sense they have come home. As they begin to explore the people and places significant in the early centuries of Christianity in the British Isles, they find an expression of faith that weaves together strands of being and belonging, worship and witness in a unique and powerful way.
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When they discover Celtic spirituality, many Christians feel that in some sense they have come home. As they begin to explore the people and places significant in the early centuries of Christianity in the British Isles, they find an expression of faith that weaves together strands of being and belonging, worship and witness in a unique and powerful way.
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The first revised edition of a book that has sold approximately 10,000 copies since published in 1995 Key book that introduced Celtic Christianity to a wide evangelical/charismatic constituency Includes new introduction and up to four new chapters reflecting on developments in Celtic spirituality since 1995 Covers 13 Celtic saints, including Columba, Aidan, David, Patrick Story-based approach to Christian history, drawing out lessons for today.
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When they discover Celtic spirituality, many Christians feel that in some sense they have come home. As they begin to explore the people and places significant in the early centuries of Christianity in the British Isles, they find an expression of faith that weaves together strands of being and belonging, worship and witness in a unique and powerful way. Restoring the Woven Cord takes 15 leading figures from that era - ranging from Patrick of Ireland to John of Beverley - and shares something of their stories, showing their burning love for the Bible, their depth of prayer, their radical commitment to the poor and to caring for creation. Reflecting on their lives and works, we can find powerful inspiration for our own walk with God and rich resources for the ministry of the local church. This is a revised edition of a best-selling book first published in 1995. It now includes insights on the continuing popularity and development of Celtic spirituality from Ray Simpson of the Community of Aiden and Hilda, Lindisfarne, Jack Stapleton of the USA branch of the Community, Bishop Eric Pike of South Africa and Liz Hoare, Tutor in Prayer, Mission and Spirituality at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford.
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Meet the Author

Michael Mitton

The Revd Michael Mitton is the Mission and Ministry Development Adviser in the Derby Diocese. He was previously Deputy Director of the Acorn Christian Listeners, and was Director of Anglican Renewal Ministries from 1989-1997. Among other books, he has written The Rainbow of Renewal, A Handful of Light: Daily Bible readings for Advent and Christmas and A Heart to Listen for BRF, and Wild Beasts and Angels (DLT 2000), Restoring the Woven Cord (DLT 1995), Healing Death's Wounds (with Russ Parker, Eagle 2002)

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  • Catalogue Code 297362
  • Product Code 9781841018003
  • ISBN 1841018007
  • EAN 9781841018003
  • Pages 204
  • Department General Books
  • Category Christian Living
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Bible Reading Fellowship
  • Publication Date May 2010
  • Dimensions 198 x 130 x 10 mm
  • Weight 0.204kg

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