Jill Duffield holds a BA degree in History (Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa) from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Duffield graduated with her MDiv from Union Presbyterian Seminary in Richmond, VA and her DMin from Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Austin TX. Rev. Duffield has served as Associate Pastor and Pastor of congregations in both South and North Carolina. She is the current editor and publisher of The Presbyterian Outlook and is married to Grant. They are the parents of three children. Jill’s work has won the James Solheim Award for Editorial Courage and the Award of Merit in Bible reference for “Looking Into the Lectionary”.
Descripción del libro
Lectionary Reflections, Year A offers biblical commentary on the texts appointed for the Common Lectionary each week. In addition to the commentary, six questions, one for each day of the week, invite readers into further study, additional resources, suggested spiritual practices or ways to connect the text to contemporary life. This book invites readers into a study of the Bible not only for the purposes of preaching and teaching, but also for the joy of being surprised by God's living Word that never returns to God empty or leaves readers unchanged. [To the designer - this is the first book in a three-year cycle.]
Público al que se apunta
Protestant pastors, church lay leaders and adult Sunday school leaders
Tipo de portada de libro
Tapa blanda o Paperback
Lightning Source / IngramSpark
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