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Book day is ‘for life’    

30 September 2016

BOOKS FOR LIFE

Conversation: Dr Kandiah (left) and Pete Greig

Conversation: Dr Kandiah (left) and Pete Greig

CHELTENHAM will host two literary festivals in October. Along­side the Cheltenham Litera­ture Fest­ival, established in 1949, speakers will take to the stage at Holy Trinity, Cheltenham, for the first “Books for Life Live” event.

Speakers will include the founder of the 24/7 Prayer movement, Pete Greig, discussing his new book Dirty Glory; Dr Paula Gooder on “A Rough Guide to Heaven”; and Dr Elaine Storkey with her book Scars Across Humanity.

The Books for Life website fea­tures interviews with Christian leaders who discuss three books that have changed their lives. The festival will take place on 11 October.

www.booksforlife.uk/live.

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