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New Daylight provides four months of daily Bible readings and comment, with a regular team of contributors drawn from a range of church backgrounds. It is ideal for anybody wanting an accessible yet stimulating aid to spending time with God each day, deepening their faith and their kwledge of Scripture. Readers' comments on New Daylight: 'Thank you for all you do to make every issue so readable and enlightening, giving us the opportunity to get closer to God.' 'Thank you to all the wonderful writers who bring scriptures to life and make them relevant for us in the here and w.' 'I just wanted to say how much I appreciate the tes for helping to keep me going with reading the Bible and shedding light on demanding passages.' Contributors in this issue: Sally Welch, Amanda Bloor, John Twisleton, David Winter, Barbara Mosse, Elizabeth Hoare, Andy John, Lakshmi Jeffreys, Tony Horsfall The deluxe edition has larger print and is printed on higher quality paper.
Sally Welch is Vicar of Charlbury and Area Dean of Chipping Norton. Sally also leads training events for the Diocese of Oxford in the area of spirituality and is a Diocesan Labyrinth Coordinator. A published author, Sally's works include: Making a Pilgrimage (Lion Hudson 2009), Walking the Labyrinth (Canterbury Press 2010) and Every Place is Holy Ground (Canterbury Press 2011), Edible Bible Crafts (Barnabas for Children, 2014) and Celebrating Festivals (Barnabas for Children, 2014). She is also the editor of the Bible reading notes New Daylight.