Prior to Christmas I caught up with Tom and Christine Sine for dinner while they were out visiting family in Australia.
I always enjoy catching up with blogging friends face to face and it was there that Christine introduced me to her new book, "Light for the Journey."
I must say, I've been really appreciating this book in the weeks since. Some of you may recall I was looking for liturgical prayer resources a few months back. This book provides just that and my wife and I have been working through it as part of our morning prayers.
As you'd expect from someone who blends Celtic and Anabaptist tradition, the prayer rhythms in this book have a distinct trinitarian and radial discipleship focus.
If that's something that might interest you, you'll find more info on "Light for the Journey" at Mustard Seed Associates.