Martin Wild to host poetry reading and book signing
Martin Wild will be hosting the event at The Chocolate Quarter in Keynsham.
Martin Wild, author of The Gospels in Harmony, will be giving a talk at the Chocolate Quarter, the recently opened retirement village in Keynsham. Those attending the talk at The Chocolate Quarter will have the opportunity to hear about his work and will be treated to a reading of some poems from the collection.
There will also be a chance to have copies of the book signed by Martin.
The event will be run from 7pm – 8.30pm on the 9th of May. So if you fancy coming along, pop it in your diary. All are welcome!
BIBLE READINGS AND ORIGINAL POEMS THAT REVEAL THE LIFE OF JESUS.
In this unique guide to the Gospels, Martin brings together the accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John through daily Bible readings and original poetry.
Each of the readings is accompanied by a poem highlighting the message and significance of the scripture. Together these weave the overarching story of love and grace linking every verse of the Gospels into a single poetic story from the beginning of time itself through the birth, life and death of Christ, culminating in the mystery of the resurrection and the majesty of his ascension.
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