A Better Way to Live: 52 Studies in Proverbs and Psalms
Congratulations to Graham Hooper, on the launch of his book at Koorong’s Blackburn store on Friday 2 December.
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In A Better Way to Live, Graham Hooper shares his love for the Old Testament books of Proverbs and Psalms, opening up their truth and wisdom in a fresh way. Together these books of Scripture reveal a beautiful picture of godly living, showing us what wisdom and integrity look like when faith is tested in the pressures of daily life and work.
In 52 practical and insightful studies, Graham Hooper cuts through the bleak emptiness of secular materialism and helps us grasp the authentic and attractive alternative presented in Proverbs and Psalms – a better way to live.
About the author
Graham Hooper is a consultant and former Senior Executive with a global infrastructure company, and has worked in more than 20 countries. He became a Christian in his early twenties while working in a game reserve in southern Tanzania. Graham speaks and writes regularly on matters relating Christian faith to daily life. His first book, Undivided: Closing the faith–life gap, was published by IVP in 2013.
On Sunday 10 June 2018, Graham Hooper spoke on Robert Martin’s program, ‘Bigger Questions’, on Melbourne’s 89.9 Light FM. To read a transcript of ‘Does the Bible Really Provide a Better Way to Live’, follow this link. To listen, locate the link to download the MP3 file at the end of the transcript.
To listen to this interview, follow this link (mp3 recording).
Andrew Laird is the director of Life @ Work, an initiative of City Bible Forum, Melbourne. Andrew has a background in radio journalism, holding degrees in media and theology. He is the Dean of the Marketplace Institute at Ridley College. He is currently undertaking research for a Masters thesis in missional ethics. He lives in Melbourne’s south with his wife and two young children.
Principal Redcliffe College, Gloucester UK
Vicar Emeritus of St Jude’s Carlton, and former Principal of Ridley College
Executive Director, Arrow Leadership
Executive Director, The London Institute for Contemporary Christianity
Chief Executive Officer, Olivetree Media
Senior Director of Strategic Studies, Montreal, Canada
TV and radio presenter, singer
Vice Principal Academic, Melbourne School of Theology
Revd Canon Peter Rogers
Chair, World Vision International
Wendy Simpson OAM
Chairman, Wengeo Group; Director, World Vision Australia;
Chairman, City to City Australia/Australian Centre for Faith and Work
Principal, Malyon College
Chairman, Graceworks. Singapore