The Space Between: The disruptive seasons we want to hide from, and why we need them

The Space Between: The disruptive seasons we want to hide from, and why we need them

Author : Mark Bradford
£9.99

God uses transition times for our good

The ‘liminal seasons of life’ – those transition times in which we have left one season of stability but not yet arrived at the next – can be times of great disorientation. Yet, for good or for ill, they are also the most transformative. In The Space Between, Mark Bradford provides the reader with a biblical and theological understanding of such seasons of life, connects them with the resources to live faithfully through them, and offers strength and hope for the journey.

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23 April 2021

Title The Space Between: The disruptive seasons we want to hide from, and why we need them
Author Mark Bradford
Description

The ‘liminal seasons of life’ – those transition times in which we have left one season of stability but not yet arrived at the next – can be times of great disorientation. Yet, for good or for ill, they are also the most transformative. In The Space Between, Mark Bradford provides the reader with a biblical and theological understanding of such seasons of life, connects them with the resources to live faithfully through them, and offers strength and hope for the journey.

Details
  • Product code: 9780857468253
  • Published: 23 April 2021
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 176
  • Dimensions: 130mm wide and 198mm high

The ‘liminal seasons of life’ – those transition times in which we have left one season of stability but not yet arrived at the next – can be times of great disorientation. Yet, for good or for ill, they are also the most transformative. In The Space Between, Mark Bradford provides the reader with a biblical and theological understanding of such seasons of life, connects them with the resources to live faithfully through them, and offers strength and hope for the journey.

Mark Bradford is the vicar of St Cuthbert’s, Fulwood. Previously he taught history and politics and has worked for the Oasis Trust in Leeds training and discipling 18–25-year-olds. He is married with three young children.

‘Personal, perceptive, profound, provocative, well-resourced and well-written; Mark Bradford offers us an imaginative and encouraging exploration of encounter as the key and critical mode of Christian experience and discipleship.’
James Bell, former Bishop of Ripon