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PACE, John. A Banner, A Dream and A Drum : Sermons from a Nova Scotia Pulpit. (Halifax, N.S.) : Nimbus Publishing Limited, (1986). First Edition. "Printing and Binding : McCurdy Printing, Halifax, N.S." Pp (4),v-x,1-150. 12mo (119 x 179 mm), white photo-illustrated cardcovers, with black lettering to spine.
Rev. John Pace (b. May 7, 1928, Belfast, Northern Ireland - d. May 21, 2012, Halifax) longtime minister at the Presbyterian Church of Saint David.
"Reverend John Pace was born on May 7, 1928, in Belfast, Northern Ireland. he was educated at Methodist College, Belfast and emigrated to Canada in 1947. In 1959 he left a successful business career to attend McMaster University, receiving his B.A. in 1961, and his B.D. from Knox College, University of Toronto, in 1964.
This collection of sermons, marking Rev. Pace's tenth year as pastor of historic St. David's Presbyterian Church in Halifax, celebrates his vision of man's relationship with God. It is presented with one thought in mind: to make the Word of God come alive for people trying to cope with the chaos and turmoil of existence." - from the rear cover.
Foreword by Patricia J. Calkin, Melvin G. Calkin, and Catherine Calkin.
With the following sermons:
"A Banner, a Dream and a Drum",
"Facets of Faith",
"A Cry in the Night",
"Golden Windows Across the Bay",
"If You Ain't Where You Are, You're No Place",
"The Walking Dead",
"Mud and Stars",
"A Piece of the Rock",
"The Fertile Centre",
"The Great Debate",
"Actions Speak Louder than Words",
"The Fullness of Time",
"Five Smooth Stones",
"The Key to It All",
"The Time is Now",
"Silence is not Golden",
"The Case of the Innocent Sufferer",
"Grasping the Obvious", and "Second Fiddle".
Very good. 15.00
Title: A Banner, A Dream and A Drum : Sermons from a Nova Scotia Pulpit. First Edition
Publisher: Nimbus Publishing Limited, 1986,: 1986
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 15508