MY BOOK, MY OPINION !
Thoughts Garnered on My Masonic Journey
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Among the smiling faces in church on Sunday mornings are those who long for deeper, more genuine relationships within their local congregations – active, intentional relationships that nurture the soul and encourage personal encounters with God. Drawing on decades of experience in spiritual direction, congregational ministry, and seminary…
MW Bro. Hugh Young
Grand Master of The Grand Lodge of Alberta
After more than 40 years of being an active Freemason, the author has put his thoughts about Freemasonry down in black and white.
His knowledge and understanding of the Craft shines throughout this book and while you may agree or disagree with some parts, it will make you think about aspects of Freemasonry that perhaps you prefer not to think about.
Those who have read the book often make the statement that they agree with most things in the book BUT... at which point the author reminds them of the title of the book "My Book! My Opinion!"
A book worth the reading by Officers, Past Masters, in fact, by anyone who has an interest in the on-going welfare of his Lodge.