Imaging the Word | An Arts and Lectionary Resource, Volume 1
A limited number of Imaging the Word copies are available on clearance: only $2.00 plus shipping. Clearance copies are imperfect. Some have bent or torn covers, others have marked pages, many are dusty from being on display. All clearance sales are final and cannot be returned or refunded.
Artwork for the Lectionary Year
Imaging the Word is an award-winning, full-color, coffee-table-size book full of some of the world's finest art. With many of the Lectionary readings in large print, Imaging the Word is a treasure for individual, family, group, church school, and congregational use. Imaging the Word can be used in age-group settings or as a stand-alone inspirational guide.
Imaging the Word, Volume 1 provides images for Pentecost 15, Cycle B, through Pentecost 12, Cycle C. This beautiful book, full of stunning artwork from around the world, imaginatively blends Lectionary readings - biblical passages arranged to be read within churches over a three-year period - with thoughtful and animating images and writings for each Sunday and celebration of the church year.
Included are: traditional and contemporary images; music; stories; photography; poetry; drama; liturgies; and Bible commentary.
About the Editors
Kenneth T. Lawrence, editor and writer for Imaging the Word, earned his Ph.D at Boston University and is a professor in the Department of Religion at Texas Christian University. He is an ordained minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).
Jann Cather Weaver, a writer and researcher for Imaging the Word, is associate dean for student life at Yale Divinity School. She received her Ph.D. from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California, in theology and the arts. She is an ordained United Church of Christ minister.
Roger Wedell, a writer and researcher for Imaging the Word, is coordinator of volunteer services for the AIDS Outreach Center in Fort Worth, Texas. He also received his Ph.D. from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California, in theology and the arts. He is an adjunct professor in the Department of Religion at Texas Christian University.
United Church Press