Common Time: Living the Life of Christ Until It Becomes Our Own

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In the second volume of his Seasons of Christian Spirituality series, Dr. David McDonald explores the part of the Christian liturgical year known as “Common Time.”

He writes:

In the liturgical calendar, Common Time is the season during which there are
no feasts or festivals. It is the Time between Times during which we refuse to
be overwhelmed by the distraction of celebration and lamentation, pomp and
poignancy. Life, aft er all, is more ordinary than not, more business-as-usual than
ecstasy, amazement, and peril. Common Time is for us to live like we normally
ought, governed by the driving truths of the faith – therein lies enough spirituality
for a lifetime.

Filled with funny and practical stories as well as meaningful spiritual formation practices at the end of each section, “Common Time: Living the Life of Christ Until It Becomes Our Own” is sure to feed your soul and help you become a better follower of Jesus.

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