The Living Cross by Amy Boucher Pye

Perfect For Lent

The Living Cross by Amy Boucher Pye has been a marvellous read for Lent. A chapter a day which starts with a Biblical passage and ends with a prayer. Amy Boucher Pye’s thoughts are sandwiched in between.

Amy Boucher Pye writes from experience. Her observations are insightful. She has a huge heart for God and for people.

At the end of each week are exercises designed for self reflection and to draw the reader closer to the heart of God.

The Living Cross has been just perfect to read and reflect on. I am now filing it away on my bookshelf ready to read again next year.




2 thoughts on “The Living Cross by Amy Boucher Pye

  1. I don’t see a form to request a book review.

    I have recently completed a memoir, From Matzah Balls to Communion Wafer: How a Not- so Kosher Jewish Girl Fell in Love with Jesus. It has been picked up by Worthy Press, and Philip Yancey has agreed to write the forward.

    I’ve had great respect for your opinion and would consider it an honor if you reviewed my book.

    I can send the book proposal and the manuscript if you are amenable.

    Thank you for your time. I look forward to hearing from you.

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