Written for 2020, Triptych is a daily guide through Advent and Epiphany (November 29th through January 6th). Borrowing the name of an art piece of three hinged panels, called a Triptych, each day offers a Triptych of scripture, reflection, and prayer.
Using selections from the daily readings of the Revised Common Lectionary (Year B), this book offers a view through the “lens” of three foundational scriptures, Isaiah 58:1-14, Luke 1:46-55, and Luke 4:16-21, focusing on the prophet Isaiah, mother-to-be Mary, and Jesus’ proclamation in Nazareth.
Triptych is authored by Andy Morris and the NC Conference’s own Rev. Steve Hickle who serves as President of WesleyMen, an affiliate organization of the World Methodist Council.
How to Get the Book
Purchases of Triptych benefit FastPrayGive.org, a ministry of WesleyMen that seeks to end hunger through John Wesley’s means of grace. The ebook is only $0.99, and the print book is currently on sale for $5.99. The ebook is available for download in PDF, Generic E-reader (EPUB), and Kindle (MOBI) versions.
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Borrow the Print Book
If you would like to borrow the print book, you can do so for free through the NC Conference Media Center. The Media Center is open to anyone involved with a United Methodist Church in the North Carolina Conference. We will mail the book to your home, and you can mail it back after Epiphany. All you need to do is fill out the Resource Request Form.
The Media Center has many more Advent resources available for borrowing including small-group studies, movies, books, children’s activities, and more.