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Your Faith, Your Life: An Invitation to the Episcopal Church Paperback – April 1, 2009
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"Not every useful book is heartfelt and not every heartfelt book is useful, but Jenifer Gamber and Bill Lewellis's new book is both." --The Rev. Barbara Crafton, author, The Sewing Room, Some Things You Just Have to Live With, and Meditations on the Psalms.
"A thoughtful journey through our faith's expression for beginners and adepts."
"For those seeking . . . spiritual and moral reflection, a gift of great value."
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Ms. Gamber's emphasis is upon thought and growth, not just on doctrine and ritual. Nonetheless,in the midst of all this, she also finds the time to tell us what a "paten" is and makes us familiar with "chasubles", "cottas" and incense (!). She also talks about the Church's institutional structure.
A really nice book for the cradle Episcopalian, the new Episcopalian, or for anyone wanting to learn about this beautiful Church.
I am going to tell the world there is an afterlife when everybody passes from this earth. I often wondered if there was an afterlife until almost the age of thirty, when I was brought into a hospital in Aug. of 1982 after being in a car accident. The doctor told my parents he did not think I would live very long. I was unconscious and was in the hospital for five months.
While I was unconscious, my spirit took a trip to heaven, where I saw billions of angels, and all they were telling me is it wasn't my time to be there yet. Since that occurred in my life I have done everything possible to help out less fortunate people on earth. There are 151 world, national and local charities in my will, and I try to attend church every sunday, bible class, and sometimes
weekly prayer meetings. Whoever reads this just remember to always keep a positive attitude in your life,
and no matter what happens to you in life that is bad, just say to yourself it could have been worse.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
great price, shipped fast, very satisfied.....would buy again.Published 5 months ago by Susan I. Barton
Great book for those that did not grow up in the church, are looking for re-education of the church ways! Thank you for taking the time write it.Published 15 months ago by Scott N.
To know the Episcopal Church is to love it. If one is new to the
Denomination YFYL is book is a must. Read more
The book covers Anglican/Episcopal theology very well. I enjoyed the journey.Published 16 months ago by Jesse Gordon Thomas
This is a really good book to read if you want to know more about the Episcopal Church! I'm currently going through Confirmation classes and it's a big help to have around (also,... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Erika
a little dry and pretty basic. I purchased for an Episcopal Sunday School class and probably would not have, otherwise. Read morePublished 22 months ago by painter
I am only half way thru this very informative and enlightening book. All faiths can learn from this book and I will certainly have a better understanding when finished. Thank you.Published 22 months ago by Alden Paul Bailey