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Detox Your Spiritual Life in 40 Days

Detox Your Spiritual Life in 40 Days

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Publisher: Canterbury Press Norwich
ISBN: 9781853116063
Published: 30/11/2004
Written with 20 to 30 somethings in mind, here is aguide to Christian growth in the popular style of mass market diet and fitness manuals. Each day the focus is on a different aspect of living as a Christian-Noticing God, Making Friends, Healing Hurts,Eating Well, Surviving Disappointment, Praying Realistically and more. An attractive mix of biblical reflection, down-to-earth comment, a simple prayer and a practical exercise to try- all in Peter's characteristic friendly and humorous style- gets the message across that what we believe and how we live need to mirror each other.

Peter Graystone

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.

"Perhaps the greatest accolade that I can give this book is simply this: it works. (...) This is connected spirituality, not pie-in-the-sky fantasy." Phil Groom, UKCBD Reviews, March 2005.

"This is an easy-to-dip-into book with lots of humour alongside wise counsel and practical exercises to help us enjoy being a Christian every day of the week." WOMAN ALIVE, March 2005.

"This is an imaginative way into prayer and the spiritual disciplines especially for those who are young in their faith and is written with 20 to 30-somethings in mind." CHRISTIAN MARKETPLACE, January 2005.

"Peter Graystone's approach: short and punchy, with stories, quotes and short prayers to keep you reading on, and hopefully giving you the inspiration and energy to put new ideas into practice." THE PARISH.

"This is a book that requires you to work if you're to get the most out of it. It's very easy to read, humorous, thoughtful, entertaining and interesting." Claire Martin, Programme Co-ordinator at the Centre for Contemporary Christianity, lion&lamb, Summer 2005.