Finding humour in the least prepossessing spot in the East End of London or respite by the restorative waters of Wapping . . . seeing people literally hold their breath in hope in Nicaragua or caught in a holy moment on the streets of Durban . . . facing the struggles of illness or enjoying the security of being loved and accepted as we are, these poignant, humorous and vividly illustrated meditations aim to bring us much-needed refreshment.
Though primarily for personal use, Holy Dreams to Feed the Soul may be used in communal settings. It offers morning and evening prayers for all the days of the week, prayers that draw our attention to particular situations overseas, seasonal prayers and prayers for special occasions.
Garth Hewitt is Director of the Amos Trust, Guild Vicar of All Hallows on the Wall in the City of London and a Canon of St George’s Cathedral, Jerusalem. As a singer and songwriter, he has recorded over thirty albums. He is the author of Towards the Dawn, in which he reflects on day-to-day life in the Holy Land, The Road Home, a collection of songs and prayers inspired by and illustrated with the paintings of Daniel Bonnell, and Making Holy Dreams Come True, which is illustrated by photographs by Wilf Whitty.
Wilf Whitty works as a graphic designer for clients in the arts and not-for-profit organisations. His photographs appear in Making Holy Dreams Come True by Garth Hewitt.