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Fresh from the Word will inspire your reading of the Bible in a changing world. It brings together top theologians, biblical scholars, creative writers from around the world, cutting edge church leaders, activists for peace and justice together with a range of others. It offers a daily set of notes, prayers and suggestions for action on the following biblical themes:

  • Welcome to the Light
  • Living with illness
  • Readings in Philippians
  • Readings in Isaiah 40 — 55
  • Navigating good and evil
  • Prayer: relating to God
  • Feasting with God
  • Readings in Luke
  • Seeing the Spirit of God
  • Ephesians
    Fresh From the Word is produced by the International Bible Reading Association (IBRA) and is distributed in over 20 countries. IBRA publications are read by nearly 1 million readers in over 30 countries around the world and translated into over 11 languages in the South Pacific, Western and Southern Africa and India.
    Paperback editions @ £9.00 are available from Carol Rogers (01296 487824). To download a .pdf version or epublication go to the IBRA website by clicking here.

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