There are many things we realise we ought to believe or do as Christians but, if we are honest, find almost impossible. This can lead to feelings of hypocrisy, as we say with our lips what, to our shame, we are not truly living in our lives, even though we long to. This engaging, readable book explores how Mindfulness practice can enable us to reflect on what it might mean to believe certain things, and to make the real changes which enable us to live the Christian life with greater integrity.
Tim Stead has been an ordained Anglican priest for 20 years and is currently Vicar of Holy Trinity, Headington Quarry, Oxford. He is an accredited mindfulness teacher with the Oxford Mindfulness Centre and teaches their eight-week MBCT course as well as running mindfulness courses and retreats in the parish and for clergy in the diocese.
'You can read this book in a day, but take it to heart and it will last a lifetime.' - Professor Mark Williams, from the Foreword