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Book Review: Somewhere in the Shadows by Shaw Clifton

Book Review: Somewhere in the Shadows by Shaw Clifton

Book Review: Somewhere in the Shadows by Shaw Clifton

22 March 2022

General Shaw Clifton, former world leader of The Salvation Army, prompts us to re-engage with the story of Christ’s death and resurrection in his latest Twenty Talks, Somewhere in the Shadows.

Reviewed by Jessica Morris

As Holy Week approaches, General Shaw Clifton invites us to become part of the story in his latest ‘Twenty Talks’ titled Somewhere in the Shadows.

In the sixth instalment of the Twenty Talks series, designed to prompt preachers, small groups, and personal devotions, Somewhere in the Shadows dwells on the reality of the Easter story. Beyond a well-known saga that has defined our faith, the gravity that it involved real, flawed humans as a perfect God was crucified is driven home by General Clifton’s dynamic writing.

Weaving in hymns, stories, prayer, and prompts, Somewhere in The Shadows gives us a fresh take on Holy Week. It invites us out of the shadows as observers to become dedicated, committed daily followers of Christ.

Somewhere in the Shadows – Twenty Talks for Holy Week is available from Sydney Salvationist Supplies (1800 634 209) and Melbourne Salvation Army Supplies (1800 100 018) or thetrade.salvos.org.au.

 

 

 

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