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Hymns written during or influenced by the #FirstWorldWar - read the stories behind them in the Canterbury Dictionar… https://t.co/78gBC40TiB
Author(s): Margaret Silf
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Margaret Silf is a best-selling author with numerous titles published by DLT and Lion. She is greatly in demand both in the UK and the US. She lives near Crewe. Graham Chadwick, editor of the 'Rhythm of Life'series, was formerly Principal of the Institute of Spirituality at Sarum College.
"Like Margaret Silf's other books, this is a warm, welcoming guide full of imaginative stories to be worked on slowly. The design and layout of the text encourages the reader to ponder and reflect upon questions and suggestions which are in boxed paragraphs to hold the attention. Helpful sections on prayer, listening and letting go are all part of the practical guidance on the journey of discovery to become ever more fully human while drawing closer to God. This is an excellent introduction to the main themes of Ignatian spirituality presented in an accessible manner." Yvonne Walker, THE JULIAN MEETINGS, April 2005.
"A Trinitarian with a strong belief in the power of the Holy Spirit, Margaret Silf resists anything that puts God in a box.(...) The book is about how to keep faith, despite the odds - and even despite the Church." Pat Ashworth, CHURCH TIMES.