Bill publishes his eighth book: Gospel Therapy

Bishop Bill Hockin’s eighth book, entitled Gospel Therapy, is available.


This book is written for those who are looking for a daily devotional resource that combines the wisdom of the biblical text with the struggles of the human experience. When Jesus of Nazareth engages the people in his time, with his truth and graciousness, something good always happens. Likewise, with us today, reading the text and engaging with this same Jesus, our lives, as well, can be profoundly touched with his grace and mercy. Each of these chapters, therefore, can be a healing engagement between the Jesus of the text and the deep needs of our personal lives. Included in each devotional are a gospel text, a reflection on the meaning and relevance of that text and a summing-up prayer. As well, each chapter ends with a verse from a psalm on the same theme. Although intended to be a daily devotional, this book can also be used for group study. It is my prayer that these pages may be an inspiration for all who read them, as well as a source of spiritual and personal growth.

Gospel Therapy is available from Bill or from the Diocese of Fredericton office – 115 Church St., Fredericton.

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  1. Dear Bp. Bill:

    You might not remember me from Toronto, but I should say congratulations on the new book. Hope you are keeping yourself healthy and busy.

    I knew John and Phyllis Cathcart from Wycliffe College. I am waiting for his phone number from the Diocesan office. I left a message for the secretary. We also know Brian Spence, who was my classmate at Wycliffe.

    We were at St. Paul’s. Our youngest son was baptized by Glynn Eason. We live and work in Ohio. We think of the beauty of worship at St. Paul’s. We been back on vacation. I have been teaching at the University and Seminary here in the USA.

    Drop a line if you are free.

    Do you still have your banjo?

    The Rev. Canon Joe Thomas

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