Item description for Neglected Voices, Leaders Guide: Biblical Spirituality in the Margins by John Indermark & Indermark...
Overview Written primarily as a study for the Lenten season, Neglected Voices and this Leader's Guide can also be used during other times of the year. The six weekly sessions explore the themes of "Fresh Beginnings," "Cutting Loose from Old Ways," "Trusting with Gracious Abandon," "Courage for New Life," "Engaging in Loving Servanthood," and "Living Toward God's Reign."
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Studio: Upper Room
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.14" Width: 5.58" Height: 0.13" Weight: 0.14 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2001
Publisher Upper Room Books
Edition Teacher's Guide
ISBN 0835808904 ISBN13 9780835808903
Availability 0 units.
More About John Indermark & Indermark
John Indermark is a writer and ordained minister in the United Church of Christ. He is the author of a number of books including "Do Not Live Afraid" and "Gospeled Lives". John also writes for a number of curriculum resources including "Feasting on the Word", "The Present Word", and "The New International Lesson Annual". John lives in the southwest corner of Washington state with his wife, Judy.
John Indermark was born in 1950.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Neglected Voices, Leaders Guide: Biblical Spirituality in the Margins?
Neglected Voices Apr 27, 2000
I liked how "Neglected Voices" was written with the author focusing on one biblical character for 2 consecutive days of readings. I felt that I got to know a little more about what each character did in the Bible.
Intelligent Spiritual Insights Mar 28, 2000
This book offers intelligent daily meditations that deal with some of the most unknown and unusual characters in the Bible. Before reading Indermark's book, I had no idea who Shiphrah and Puah were, though they figure very strongly in the story leading up to the Exodus. And Indermark exegetes these two characters in such a way that they connect very well with contemporary life. Most other characters are equally unknown and yet, the author connects them with our spiritual pilgrimages. I would like to use this excellent book as the basis for a small group gathering.