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  • Centering Prayer and Inner Awakening

    by Cynthia Bourgeault

    Centering Prayer and Inner Awakening is a complete guidebook for all who wish to know the practice of Centering Prayer. ... Read more

    $19.35 AUD

  • Holy Listening

    The Art of Spiritual Direction

    by Margaret Guenther

    Margaret Guenther uses the images of the spiritual director as host, teacher, and midwife to describe the ministry of spiritual direction today. ... Read more

    $17.59 AUD

  • Meditating on the Word

    by Dietrich Bonhoeffer

    “Daily, quiet reflection on the Word of God as it applies to me becomes for me a point of crystallization for everything that gives interior and exterior order to my life,” wrote Dietrich Bonhoeffer to his colleagues at the warfront in the winter of 1942. Now back in print after a decade, this collection of Bonhoeffer's writings, sermons, and letters on meditation—including his unfinished ... Read more

    $21.11 AUD

  • Transformed Lives

    Making Sense of Atonement Today

    by Cynthia S. W. Crysdale

    Even theologians have had different ideas about the theology of atonement; how are the rest of supposed to understand it? This book is a good place to start. Crysdale, whose background in both psychology and theology gives her a unique perspective, presents an overview of the history of the theology of atonement, addressing clearly the difficulties around this concept, and bringing us with her to ... Read more

    $14.95 AUD

  • Into the Depths

    A Chaplain's Reflections on Death, Dying and Pastoral Care

    by Rosie Deedes

    Pastoral care is central to Christian ministry, and it can take ministers to the edges of human life. Chaplains often work on the edge of institutions, and frequently on the edge of society. In this thoughtful and practical book, Rosie Deedes draws on her experience as a chaplain in prisons and hospices and reflects on the nature of pastoral care and the contribution chaplaincy can make to the ... Read more

    $6.99 AUD

  • Death in the Old Rectory

    by Kathie Deviny

    series A Grace Church Mystery #2
    Grace Church is once again in turmoil. First Father Robert is displaced from the old rectory by a thrift store, then a young man volunteering at the shop is shot dead while on duty. Though well-loved, Nick had a criminal past. Did his past catch up with him? When an explosion and vandalism follow, the priest and his staff can’t help but wonder: will the killer strike again? ... Read more

    $7.60 AUD

  • The Great 50 Days

    The Daily Office from Easter to Pentecost

    by Frank L. Tedeschi

    Like its companion volume, 40 Days, this book is intended to be an accessible, doable, toe-in-the-water introduction to the private recitation of the daily office. It will contain rite two Morning and Evening Prayer from the Book of Common Prayer, the Psalter as prescribed and edited for each day from Easter morning through the Day of Pentecost, the collects, and all bible readings (New Revised ... Read more

    $15.83 AUD

  • Mysteries of Faith

    by Mark McIntosh

    series New Church's Teaching Series #8
    In this volume of The New Church's Teaching Series, Mark McIntosh introduces the great mysteries of the Christian faith: the doctrines of creation, revelation, incarnation, salvation, and eschatology, which are all held together by the doctrine of the Trinity. To explain these beliefs for Christians today, particularly the Trinity, McIntosh begins with what we know: the language of relationship ... Read more

    $15.83 AUD

  • I Will With God's Help Leader Guide

    Episcopal Confirmation for Youth and Adult

    by Mary Lee Wile

    This confirmation program, developed with the help of Episcopal educators, clergy and theologians across the country, encourages youth and adults to enter into a uniquely Episcopal—yet profoundly Christian—faith journey. The easily-adapted format works for a traditional six- to twelve-week program, at a contemporary Confirmation retreat or conference, or as a sacramental supplement to other two- ... Read more

    $25.51 AUD

  • Signed, Sealed, Delivered

    Theologies of Confirmation for the 21st Century

    by Sharon Ely Pearson

    • An all-in-one volume sharing the history, practice, and viewpoints of Confirmation in the Episcopal Church and the first book on the subject for at least 15 years • Resolutions regarding Confirmation are coming to the 2015 General Convention • Includes questions for reflection and study by individuals and groups Many clergy and educators would say that the rite of confirmation in the Episcopal ... Read more

    $14.07 AUD

  • I Will With God's Help Youth Journal

    Episcopal Confirmation for Youth and Adult

    by Mary Lee Wile

    Your turn! This journal is for you—your map to the faith journey you’ve started by beginning the confirmation program I will, with God’s help. You’ll find lots of room to record your answers and your questions, your doubts and your decisions. So what’s inside? Prayer, scripture study, things to do between sessions and even notes on the meaning of difficult words in The Book of Common Prayer. (How ... Read more

    $7.91 AUD

  • Discovering Girard

    by Michael Kirwan

    “Really wonderful; an elegantly written initiation into the mimetic theory. I am lucky to have interpreters who understand what I want to say and who can write so well.”—René GirardThe work of René Girard is hugely influential in literature and cultural studies. But it is in understanding the relationship between religion and violence that his theory has created its greatest impact. Girard's ... Read more

    $19.35 AUD

  • Friend of the Soul

    A Benedictine Spirituality of Work

    by Norvene Vest

    In this second book in her series on Benedictine spirituality, Norvene Vest brings the insights of Benedict's Rule to the world of work. A gifted interpreter of Benedict's wisdom, Vest examines with empathy and clarity the plight of men and women who wish for their work to be life-giving, a service to others, and the place where they can experience the presence of God.Vest brings Benedict's ... Read more

    $23.75 AUD

  • And God Spoke

    The Authority of the Bible for the Church Today

    by Christopher Bryan

    His reflections on some of the ways we might answer these questions in the church today became the twelve short chapters of this book. Here scripture scholar and Anglican priest Christopher Bryan looks at the nature of the Bible's authority and inspiration and how the Bible can inform our decision-making today. He explores common questions about scripture, such as: What do we mean when we say that ... Read more

    $17.59 AUD

  • On Being a Priest Today

    by Rosalind Brown and 1 more

    This important book on priestly identity embraces the many contemporary varieties of priestly ministry: male and female, paid and unpaid, parish and work–based, catholic, evangelical, charismatic. Examining the “root,” the “shape,” and the “fruit” of priestly identity, On Being a Priest Today is essential reading for priests, priests in training, and everyone considering the ministry. Part One ... Read more

    $19.35 AUD

  • How Long O Lord?

    Christian, Jewish, and Muslim Voices from the Ground and Visions for the Future in Israel/Palestine

    by Marine Tobin

    How Long O Lord? The prophet's ancient cry for justice sounds as plaintively and passionately today as it ever has. In this penetrating and provocative collection of essays, Maurine and Robert Tobin have brought together a group of peacemakers—Christian, Jewish, and Muslim—whose religious convictions compel them towards a common aim: a just peace for Israel/Palestine. Anyone looking for easy ... Read more

    $19.35 AUD

  • Your Faith, Your Life

    An Invitation to the Episcopal Church

    by Jenifer Gamber and 1 more

    This “everything-you-need-to-know” guide for newcomers to the Episcopal Church is written and designed to provide accessible and user-friendly reading, with an easy-going look and style that’s packed full of substance. The book carefully unpacks the Episcopal Church’s language of worship, theology, church structure, and sacraments, so that newcomers will have the vocabulary and framework to share ... Read more

    $12.31 AUD

  • Enriching Our Worship 2

    Ministry with the Sick or Dying: Burial of a Child

    by Church Publishing

    Prepared by the Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music and adopted by the 73rd General Convention, this new set of materials was adapted from sources in scripture; a variety of contemporary prayer books throughout the Anglican Communion; traditional materials from Orthodox and medieval western sources; and hymnody of various American cultures. Newly written texts and some texts from the 1979 ... Read more

    $14.07 AUD

  • Our Inheritance of Faith: A Commentary on the Thirty Nine Articles

    by Martin Davie

    The Thirty Nine Articles are key part of the Anglican theological tradition. Since 1571 they have shaped the way in which Anglicans have understood and proclaimed the Christian faith and the way in which they have related to Christians of other traditions. Today, however, the Articles are not well understood.Our Inheritance of Faith addresses this problem. It begins by providing a clear and ... Read more

    $12.60 AUD

  • Theology as Repetition

    John Macquarrie in Conversation

    by Stephen Foster

    Theology as Repetition revisits and argues for a revival of John Macquarrie's philosophical theology. Macquarrie was a key twentieth-century theological voice and was considered a foremost interpreter and translator of Martin Heidegger's philosophy. He then somehow fell from view. Macquarrie developed a new style of theology, grounded in a dialectical phenomenology that is a relevant voice in ... Read more

    $29.91 AUD

  • Gospel Medicine

    by Barbara Brown Taylor

    In this new collection of sermons she summons with piercing clarity and wit the Old and New Testament stories that have the power to mend our spirits, strengthen our weaknesses, and restore us to wholeness. ... Read more

    $19.35 AUD

  • Sabbath Keeping

    by Donna Schaper

    The third in Cowley's Cloister Book series, Sabbath Keeping is a collection of ten meditations, each exploring a different aspect of keeping the sabbath and ending with a prayer. Since it is a difficult art in a society that does not value rest, Schaper encourages small acts of sabbath keeping that initially focus on physical and mental renewal but soon broaden to questions of justice and power ... Read more

    $14.95 AUD

  • Becoming Human

    Core Teachings of Jesus

    by Brian C. Taylor

    Christians and non-Christians alike have long recognized that Jesus' life was characterized by vibrancy, love, commitment, clarity, and joy. We all yearn to share in these traits, and by studying Jesus we can discern that he sees in us the potential to become as he was. After all, Jesus didn't go around asking people to believe certain things about him—he invited them to follow him into the ... Read more

    $17.59 AUD

  • The Heartbeat of God: Finding the Sacred in the Middle of Everything

    by Katharine Jefferts Schori

    Insights from a pioneering leader in world religion, on the intersections of the sacred & the secular.As Christiansindeed as people of faith of any traditionwe are called to tend to the needs of the least among us. Our response to them must be the response of faith. God gives us a new heart to do this work, and every time we gather to do it, God offers a pacemaker jolt to tweak our hearts rhythm. ... Read more

    $27.05 AUD