Rooted in God's Grace

Dwelling in the knowledge of God

Hannah Fytche

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Hannah invites us to a shaped life: a life which is patterned on the shapes of scripture and liturgy, and on the friendship we discover with fellow pilgrims en route. We call that pilgrimage the church - a dynamic place where we are inspired by our Christian ancestors as well as our contemporary sisters and brothers; a place where, as Hannah puts it, we encounter 'diverse unity, boundless love and risky faith' as we 'remind each other of the grace of Christ'.
Extract from Foreword by Revd Dr Jamie Hawkey, Dean of Clare College, Cambridge; Chaplain to The Queen

Content

Are reading the Bible and praying just a part of a to-do list? Is ticking them off each day as much as we can hope for? Hannah Fytche is adamant that it isn't and she suggests that we start by recognising our relationship with God through Jesus Christ - a place of freedom and grace rather than a striving to earn approval by getting things done. Rooted in God's Grace will give you passion and confidence and will embolden you for growing in the knowledge of God creatively.

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Hannah invites us to a shaped life: a life which is patterned on the shapes of scripture and liturgy, and on the friendship we discover with fellow pilgrims en route. We call that pilgrimage the church - a dynamic place where we are inspired by our Christian ancestors as well as our contemporary sisters and brothers; a place where, as Hannah puts it, we encounter 'diverse unity, boundless love and risky faith' as we 'remind each other of the grace of Christ'.
Extract from Foreword by Revd Dr Jamie Hawkey, Dean of Clare College, Cambridge; Chaplain to The Queen

Author info

Hannah Fytche is in her first year of studying theology at university. Over the past four years she has been mentored by Sharon Prior of the Sophia Network (http://blog.sophianetwork.org.uk), which 'exists to empower and equip women in leadership, and to champion the full equality of women and men in the church.'

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Book details

  • ISBN: 9780857465870
  • Published: 22 June 2018
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  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 160
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