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Fri 21 Sep 2018 @ 14:45
RT @churchofenglandHow can your church get involved in #FollowTheStar, our 2018 Advent and Christmas campaign? https://t.co/GQatyeHQcd https://t.co/kTyrdP6Kwf
Author(s): Gillian Cooper, Steven Croft, Paula Gooder, Peter Graystone, Malcolm Guite, Helen Ann Hartley, Barbara Mosse, John Pritchard, Mark Oakley, Ben Quash, John Sentamu, Angela Tilby, Jeremy Worthen, Lucy Winkett, Ian Adams, Christopher Cocksworth, Joanna Collicutt
Reflections on the Psalms provides insightful commentary on each of the Psalms from the same experienced team of writers that have made Reflections for Daily Prayer so successful. It offers inspiring and undated reflections on all 150 psalms, with longer psalms split into parts in accordance with the Lectionary.
Each reflection is accompanied by its corresponding Psalm refrain and prayer from the Common Worship Psalter, making this a valuable resource for personal or devotional use.
Specially written introductions by Paula Gooder and Steven Croft explore the Psalms and the Bible and the Psalms in the life of the Church.
Angela Tilby is a Canon of Christ Church, Oxford, and is Continuing Ministerial Development Adviser for the Dicoese of Oxford. Prior to that she has been Vice-Principal of Westcott House, Cambridge, and a senior producer at the BBC, where she made several acclaimed television prgrammes and series. She is a regular contributor to BBC Radio 4's Thought for the Day.
Barbara Mosse is a priest and freelance writer with varied chaplaincy experience in prison, university, community mental health and hospital. She has spent many years teaching in theological education, and is at present a tutor and lecturer in Christian Spirituality at Sarum College. From 2003-2009 she was an Assistant Spirituality Adviser for Portsmouth Diocese, and her book The Treasures of Darkness was published by Canterbury Press in 2003.
Ben Quash has been Professor of Christianity and the Arts at King’s College London since 2007, and is Director of the Centre for Arts and the Sacred at King’s (ASK). Prior to that he was Dean and Fellow of Peterhouse, Cambridge. He runs a collaborative MA in Christianity and the Arts with the National Gallery in London, and is also Canon Theologian of both Coventry and Bradford Cathedrals.
Gillian Cooper is a writer, teacher, and Old Testament enthusiast. She has previously worked as a theological educator and a cathedral verger and as an administrator for the Diocese of Lincoln.
Helen Ann Hartley has recently been appointed as the next Bishop of Waikato, from February 2014. She served her curacy as part of a rural team ministry before being appointed Director of Biblical Studies and lecturer in New Testament at Ripon College, Cuddesdon. She is currently Dean of the College of St John the Evangelist. Auckland, New Zealand, and is a contributor to the Pilgrim course
Jeremy Worthen is a priest in the Church of England and is currently the Secretary for Ecumenical Relations and Theology at the Council for Christian Unity. He previously worked in theological education and has written on a range of subjects, including Jewish–Christian relations. His most recent book is Responding to God's Call (Canterbury Press, 2012).
John Pritchard has recently retired as Bishop of Oxford. Prior to that he has been Bishop of Jarrow, Archdeacon of Canterbury and Warden of Cranmer Hall, Durham. His only ambition was to be a vicar, which he was in Taunton for eight happy years. John is the author of a number of popular books including How to Pray, The Intercessions Handbook, The Life and Work of a Priest and Living Jesus (all published by SPCK).
John Sentamu is the Archbishop of York.
Lucy Winkett is Rector of St James’s Church Piccadilly. She contributes regularly to Radio 4’s Thought for the Day and is the author of Our Sound is our Wound (Continuum 2010). She combines parish ministry with chairing an educational trust and running an all-through Church of England Academy, including a project for children on the autistic spectrum. Until 2010, she was Canon Precentor of St Paul’s Cathedral.
Malcolm Guite is the Chaplain of Girton College, Cambridge and author of various books on contemporary spirituality. In addition to this he is a poet and singer-songwriter and fronts the Cambridge-based band Mystery Train.
Visit www.malcolmguite.com where you can read Malcolm's blog, some of his poetry, or find out more about his music and media appearances.
Mark is Canon Chancellor at St Paul's Cathedral and is also a Visiting Lecturer in Theology and Religious Studies at King's College London.
Paula Gooder is a freelance writer and lecturer in Biblical studies, a Reader in the Church of England and an honorary Canon Theologian at Birmingham and Guildford Cathedrals.
Peter Graystone works for Church Army, where he oversees
pioneering projects that take the Good News beyond the walls of a church to profoundly unchurched people. One of those locations is the internet, and he edits Christianity.org.uk, which gives free, confidential, reliable information about the Christian faith. He is a Church Times columnist and theatre reviewer.
Steven Croft is to be the next Bishop of Oxford, having been Bishop of Sheffield since 2009. A former Archbishop's Missioner and the first Team Leader of Fresh Expressions, he is the author of many acclaimed books including Jesus' People: What the Church should do next and editor of Mission-shaped Questions. Steven is a co-creator of the Emmaus course and co-author of the Pilgrim course.
interesting and inspiring; could have been twice as much
Very good devotional reading.