Item description for Climbing the Sycamore Tree: A Study on Choice and Simplicity by Ann Hagmann...
Overview Based on the story of Zacchaeus (Luke 19:1-9), Climbing the Sycamore Tree is a six-week study that provides a Christian path to economic faithfulness. Ann Hagmann provides biblical insight into stewardship and economic choice. She uses current information to show how buying habits can marginalize some people and perpetuate systems that contradict love for God's creation. Designed as a study for individuals or groups, Climbing the Sycamore Tree asks discerning questions about our daily choices and calls us to simple everyday living that is in harmony with Christian beliefs. The study is divided into three sections of two weeks each. Each week's readings consist of five sections and a group session that includes scripture, discussion questions, guides for reflection or activity, and prayer.
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Studio: Upper Room
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.26" Width: 7.26" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.74 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2001
Publisher Upper Room Books
ISBN 0835809463 ISBN13 9780835809467
Availability 0 units.
More About Ann Hagmann
Hagmann is a chaplain at Hospice Austin in Austin, Texas, and founder of Whispering Hope Ministries for Healing and Wholeness. She was pastor of United Methodist churches in Oklahoma for ten years.
Ann Hagmann currently resides in Austin, in the state of Texas. Ann Hagmann was born in 1948.
Reviews - What do customers think about Climbing the Sycamore Tree: A Study on Choice and Simplicity?
Early days yet Oct 31, 2007
I bought this as an aid for possible bible Study At present I'm working through it and I think it has potential Nothing earth shattering but good solid theology
had to put it down Sep 15, 2007
We read this book for my Bible Study and although there are some good things here and there, it was not the best written nor organized book. I am married to a man who might as well be an Economist and he verified that a lot of her "economic" stuff was way off, just not very logical. It was almost as if she were out of her skill set writing about this subject.