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Good News, Great Joy

William Taylor



Good News, Great Joy

William Taylor



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Christmas evangelistic booklet that explains the universal and lasting significance of Jesus' birth from Luke 1:31-33. Ideal for giving away at carol services and other Christmas events.

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    Good News, Great Joy

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    William Taylor

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    Adults, Enquirer / Seeker

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William Taylor

William Taylor

William Taylor is the minister of St Helen's Bishopsgate in the City of London. He is married to Janet and they have three children - Emily, Digby and Archie. Before being ordained, William spent five years as an army officer in the British Army, in the Royal Green Jackets. He is a keen fly fisherman and enjoys rural pursuits.

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4.5 based on 2 reviews

Good News, Great Joy

William Taylor has written a great little booklet that goes into the Christmas message with an apologetics spin on it. He starts off by explaining how he is the most exited person in the house when Christmas comes and all of the family traditions that surround that time of year in the Taylor house. But he explains how long after Christmas has been and gone the rejoicing in the birth and life of Jesus still remains. This little booklet goes into three aspects that stand out of Luke 2:11 “Today in the town of David a Saviour has been born to you; he is the Messiah, the Lord”.

Alistair Chalmers

Good News, Great Joy

Light–hearted and yet unavoidably evangelistic, this booklet is perfectly pitched to the non–Christian who knows little of the Bible or the true meaning of Christmas. I particularly liked the repeated encouragement to get hold of a Gospel, and also the sample prayer at the end for anyone who wants to become a Christian.

Miriam Montgomery

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