You are required to change your password before you can log in to the site, please enter your new password in the fields below:
Wed 19 Sep 2018 @ 13:54
RT @HymnsAModernPart of the @CHBookshop pop up shop at @sacredspace2018 @engcathedrals. Speaker books and more. Come and see us if… https://t.co/uSFcRGqr4n
Author(s): David D. Ogston, Johnston McKay
Following the success of Scots Worship - Lent, Holy Week & Easter, this new resource from David Ogston is for use during Advent, Christmas and Epiphany. The inspiring and diverse range of material provides a thrilling mix of beautifully crafted Scots and English texts for use throughout this special time of the year. The Scottish perspective brings extra layers of meaning and makes the celebration of Christmas even more special for those who worship in Scotland. David Ogston's honest, refreshing and sensitive words enrich and enlarge the mind. This wonderful resource from one of Scotland's most talented liturgists is for all who seek inspiration or lead worship. It includes reflections, meditations, prayers, litanies, psalms and other imaginative worship.
DAVID OGSTON was a talented and much-missed broadcaster, writer and minister whose work was loved and widely appreciated. Before he died in 2008, he was gathering together material for a book.
"The poet in David Ogston shines through, constantly catching one unawares with a startling use of simple words..." Tom Fleming
This collection is no superficial work, on every page there is profound and insightful thought. These prayers and mediations drill deep into the meaning of the Christian faith and from the first page they deal with the human condition the way it really is. The man behind these words was complex and compassionate so it is no surprise that these characteristics are evident on every page. When I read it for the first time I could hear David’s voice, I could feel him wrestling with God and I know that those who dip into this collection will be inspired by it. It challenges us to dig deeper and to spend more of our own time wrestling with God. The Rev John Chalmers