It's biblical with a Celtic edge. - Gerald CoatesThis book will help you pray with real delight. - Lavinia ByrneWhat impressed me about this book was that it isn't an individual's definitive exposition on how we should live a Celtic Christian life. It is, rather, a selection of many writers and biographers, cleverly compiled to address specific themes, leaving the reader to apply them as he or she sees fit. A typically Celtic approach. It is also a wonderful resource for speakers and lecturers . . . If you are the type of person who has a well ordered life and can follow the disciple of daily reading then you will enjoy this publication. - Charles Houston, Dalriada, the journal of Celtic C. . . The readings encompass a wide, stimulating range of material. - The Church Times, 3 July 1998. . . I found that each reading gave me pleasure and food for thought and prayer . . . You will enjoy it! - Austin Brown, Report, 3 April 1998
About Ray Simpson
After working for the Bible Society Ray Simpson became the first Anglican and Free Church Minister of the Christian Church in Bowthorpe, Norwich to which six streams, both catholic and protestant, are covenanted, and Chaplain to Bowthorpe Community Workshops. He is now Guardian of the Community of Aidan and Hilda. From his house of prayer on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne he facilitates a new cradling of Celtic spirituality through soul friendship, retreats, and resources for churches.
Celtic Daily Light by Ray Simpson
Used - Well Read
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