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Color of Sabbath, The: Proclamations & Prayers for New Beginnings
     

Color of Sabbath, The: Proclamations & Prayers for New Beginnings

by Robert Lee Hill
 
A collection of sermons and speeches given by the head pastor of the Community Christian Church, Kansas City, Missouri, from 1995 through 2007 that gives an overview of how he sees the principles of Holy Scripture and Christianity challenging church members as they interact with the current culture.

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A collection of sermons and speeches given by the head pastor of the Community Christian Church, Kansas City, Missouri, from 1995 through 2007 that gives an overview of how he sees the principles of Holy Scripture and Christianity challenging church members as they interact with the current culture.

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Hugh Th. Miller
"In almost every generation of preachers, a few voices rise to the level of representing the best of that generation. Here is such a voice. Organized around various motifs, Hill listens sensitively to the Bible and theology for insight into personal situations, congregational issues and political developments. Preachers will want this volume for its homiletical energy. Laity will want it for inspiration and guidance.
Rev. Johnny Wray
Just when we needed a new and fresh word o the Word, along comes Bob Hill's new book. His gifts as preacher, poet, writer offer that rare demonstration that a sermon can be crafted that reads as well as it is heard.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012037732
Publisher:
Hope Publishing House
Publication date:
12/27/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
245
File size:
172 KB

Meet the Author

Robert Lee Hill has the mind of a keen and astoundingly well-read theologian, the perspective of a poet and the heart of a pastor. The genius--the soaring, illuminating, convicting genius--of this collection is that he masterfully combines each trait: keeping us away from insipid theology, halting us in our sometimes weary tracks with the sheer beauty of a just-perfect phrase, and showing such love for those whom he pastors that even difficult subjects are made "hearable." Hill's conviction--deftly demonstrated on every page--is that there is no better venue for thinking about the tough things of life and faith than in a gathered Christian community which takes The Word seriously. --Rev. Chuck Blaisdell, pastor, Hilo Coast United Church of Christ, Honomu, Hawaii

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