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Jesus Was An Episcopalian (& You Can Be One Too!)

Jesus Was An Episcopalian (& You Can Be One Too!)

A Newcomer’s Guide to the Episcopal Church
ISBN: 9781595180001
Author: Chris Yaw
Publisher: LeaderResources
168 pages
Binding: Paperback


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Do you want to know more about what being an Episcopalian means? Do you want to read a fresh way of presenting it? Then this is the book for you. Jesus Was An Episcopalian (and you can be one too!) keeps the topic interesting and refreshing. There are sidebars that add even more to the descriptions on the pages. This volume is also contemporary, including a piece about Bono’s presentation at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington DC. Chris Yaw informs you about what you can do, immediately and in the long term to act like a faithful follower of Jesus, and as an Episcopalian.

New Release: 2009

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 4 reviews


My wife and I bothe read the book and thought he was great!

By: James - Mansfield, MA

Good information presented in a fun manner.

It was an easy read. I started and found I wanted to keep reading to see what he had to say. Good information presented in a fun manner. I would recommend it for anyone that wants to know more about being an Episcopalian.

By: Paul - Olympia WA

Great book

A great book and an easy read. It is not just for newcomers. Even seasoned Episcopalians can find valuable information and inspiration. I enjoyed reading it!

By: Bill - Moscow, ID

Not just for newcomers

We used this book for a confirmation class that included kids and adults, and everyone loved it. I can see this book being used for a young adult and/or adult Sunday school class, newcomers or not! Chris Yaw is a gifted writer and his wisdom, insight and humor make this a joyful read. This book will make you proud you're an Episcopalian all over again!

By: Janet Jayne -

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