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Malcolm Guite: Church with poetry enshrined at the heart | Faith and Leadership

Malcolm Guite: Church with poetry enshrined at the heart | Faith and Leadership

Sounding the Seasons by Malcolm Guite. $14.99. Publication: December 31, 2012. Author: Malcolm Guite. Publisher: Canterbury Press Norwich (December 31, 2012)

Sounding the Seasons by Malcolm Guite. $14.99. Publication: December 31, 2012. Author: Malcolm Guite. Publisher: Canterbury Press Norwich (December 31, 2012)

A little Christmas reading from G.K. Chesterton and Hillaire Belloc, c/o Malcolm Guite.

A little Christmas reading from G.K. Chesterton and Hillaire Belloc, c/o Malcolm Guite.

C.S. Lewis writing at his desk - This is an interview covering the C.S. Lewis in Poets' Corner memorial project. Along with comments from Malcolm Guite and Alister McGrath who are both speaking at the event, It includes instructions Michael Ward, the lead organiser for the project, on how to register for the event and how to donate to the project.

C.S. Lewis writing at his desk - This is an interview covering the C.S. Lewis in Poets' Corner memorial project. Along with comments from Malcolm Guite and Alister McGrath who are both speaking at the event, It includes instructions Michael Ward, the lead organiser for the project, on how to register for the event and how to donate to the project.

Lumos is an intl. children’s charity founded by J.K. Rowling after she discovered that 8 million children across the world are living in terrible conditions in large residential institutions. These are often described as orphanages, yet fewer than 10% of the children are orphans. Instead, they are separated from their families because health, education and social services are not set up to meet the needs of all children.

Lumos is an intl. children’s charity founded by J.K. Rowling after she discovered that 8 million children across the world are living in terrible conditions in large residential institutions. These are often described as orphanages, yet fewer than 10% of the children are orphans. Instead, they are separated from their families because health, education and social services are not set up to meet the needs of all children.

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