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WAYMARKERS

Product Code: 1501418

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Full of good things.

Former Bishop of Lincoln, John Saxbee underlines the value of Mark’s Gospel as a companion and guide on our Christian journey, with its wise teaching and Jesus’ inspirational example. Waymarkers helps the reader to take this journey, either individually or as part of a group, with each stage offering a closer look at an extract from Mark’s Gospel, complete with suggestions for personal reflection or group discussion, audio-visual illustrations and prayer.

The seven stages are:
● Travelling light - but not alone
● Stormy weather
● Brief encounters
● Food for the journey - food for thought
● Followers of the way
● Cross country - Gethsemane to Golgotha
● Journey’s end?

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Product Code1501418
NameWAYMARKERS
SupplierKevin Mayhew
AuthorJohn Saxbee
ISBN9781848676787
Barcode9781848676787
Short DescriptionFull of good things.
Pack Size1
Count78 pages
CoverPaperback
Date Published23 Oct 2013
Lead Time3 weeks (approx.) if out of stock
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A sharp and focused guide Review by Church Times 31/01/14
Star Rating
WayMARKers invites us "to dig a little deeper" and "discover that there is more to Mark than meets the eye". Passages from the Gospels are followed by shrewd expositions with scholarship worn lightly, and extra commentary that is optional; but worth attention. The author does not obtrude himself, but, rather than tell us what to think, periodically provides space and prompting for users to engage in the investigation themselves. Saxbee offers a sharp and focused guide. Occasional outbursts for the weaselly phrase "the things that really matter". are forgiveable. (Posted on 12/02/2014)
A sharp and focused guide Review by Church Times 31/01/14
Star Rating
WayMARKers invites us "to dig a little deeper" and "discover that there is more to Mark than meets the eye". Passages from the Gospels are followed by shrewd expositions with scholarship worn lightly, and extra commentary that is optional; but worth attention. The author does not obtrude himself, but, rather than tell us what to think, periodically provides space and prompting for users to engage in the investigation themselves. Saxbee offers a sharp and focused guide. Occasional outbursts for the weaselly phrase "the things that really matter". are forgiveable. (Posted on 12/02/2014)

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