A collection of real-life stories showing us glimpses of God's glory where we would least expect it: in the seemingly commonplace events of an ordinary Cambridge housing estate; on the freezing altiplano of Bolivia; and in the blistering heat of the Argentine Chaco.
This beautifully narrated collection of real-life stories shows us glimpses of his glory where we would least expect it: in the seemingly commonplace events of an ordinary Cambridge housing estate; on the freezing altiplano of Bolivia; in the blistering heat of the Argentine Chaco. Skillfully, but simply, Alan Hargrave relates the great doctrines of the Church - Trinity, Incarnation, Passion, Resurrection - to the pain and joy, the mundane and surprising, the dull and the dramatic of everyday life where God is to be found.
After spending some years in South America as a lecturer in industrial microbiology, Alan Hargrave trained for ordination at Ridley Hall. He is now the vicar of a newly formed parish in Cambridge. He is also the author of But Who Will Preside?, a Grove booklet, and a member of the General Synod of the Church of England.
An Almighty Passion by Alan Hargrave
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