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Harvest for the World: A Worship Anthology on Sharing in the Work of Creation

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ISBN 10: 1853115746 / ISBN 13: 9781853115745
Published by Canterbury Press, 2004
Used Condition: Fine Soft cover
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1853115746 Duncan, Geoffrey, (compiler). Harvest for the World : A Christian Aid/CAFOD Worship Anthology on Sharing in the Work of Creation. Norwich, Norfolk: Canterbury Press, 2004. 317pp. Indexed. 8vo. Paperback. Book condition: Near fine with very light bumping to corners. Bookseller Inventory # UDUNHAR00LR

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Title: Harvest for the World: A Worship Anthology ...

Publisher: Canterbury Press

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: PAPERBACK

Book Condition:Fine

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Synopsis:

This colourful and wide-ranging worship anthology brings together material from writers around the world. Celebratory, reflective, challenging and at times humbling, it affirms the goodness of creation, marvels at the miracle of growth and encourages us all to work for a fairer distribution of the fruits and gifts of the earth. Harvest for the World is a versatile resource that can be used throughout the year, wherever the themes of creation, harvest, fair trading, relief work, international debt and poverty, development, the politics of land ownership or food production are the focus of worship, prayer and work. A selection of simple recipes is included for those who wish to produce a harvest supper with a difference.

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Geoffrey Duncan is the compiler of several well-known worship anthologies including'Seeing Christ in others' & 'A World of blessing'. His links with writers around the world were made when he was Communications Secretary for the Council for World Mission.

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