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Lent Books and Resources
Here are the new books in for 2021
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Rachel Mann, author of the bestselling course From Now On (The Greatest Showman) has written this stunning new course based on the Oscar - and BAFTA - nominated Elton John biopic Rocketman.In five weekly sessions, she uses clips from the film, Bible passages and discussion-starters to help us relate the movie to the scriptures and the Gospel.Themes include: Becoming and calling. Relationships and how they shape our identities. The meaning of success and failure. Struggle, upset and forgiveness.
The human race is facing its greatest challenge: the threat to the environment and climate change. Faith in our Creator God should enable us to see what is actually happening.
Here are 40 reflections that lead us deeper into the meaning and practice of life in Christ today. Drawing on the collective wisdom of all the area bishops in the Diocese of London each reflection includes a Bible reading, a prayer and a suggestion for action based on the reading. The result is an exceptionally helpful Lent book, offering a rich array of biblical insight and spiritual guidance that Christians of all traditions will warmly welcome and appreciate.
Discipleship is central to a life of faith.This book is designed to help you not simply learn about what Jesus knew, but become more like Jesus by doing what he did. At the heart of this resource is a self-assessment process, called the 'Disciple-Making Tool', which helps you discern your 'shape' as a disciple. These daily readings - which include Bible passages, reflections, exercises and prayer - will help you journey step by step in your spiritual formation for the sake of reaching the world.
A Monastic Journey Through Lent Finding Your Treasure guides us on a daily Lenten retreat that brings us closer to God and our own centre.
Covering Ash Wednesday to Holy Saturday, each day includes full lectionary details for Morning Prayer, a reflection on one of the Bible readings and a Collect for the day.
Lent is not about giving up or taking up, but a radical opening up: the opening up of our lives to God’s transformative kingdom. That is the challenge Trystan Owain Hughes sets in Opening Our Lives. Through practical daily devotions he calls on us to open our eyes to God’s presence, our ears to his call, our hearts to his love, our ways to his will, our actions to his compassion and our pain to his peace.
Stephen Cherry's Lent Book invites the reader to immerse themselves in the most central, important and iconic of Christian prayers - the Lord's Prayer, the Our Father.Mining the tradition for wisdom and insight, and finding inspiration in the theologians of the past such as St Paul, Gregory of Nyssa, John Calvin, but also more contemporary voices such as Evelyn Underhill, Simone Weil, and Michelle Obama, Thy Will Be Done presents the comforts and challenges of the prayer in 36 short chapters.
Other Lent Books for 2020
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In this book about Julian of Norwich, Sheila Upjohn explores the 'Revelations of Divine Love' alongside passages from Scripture. As part of the 'Prayer Journey Through Lent' series, 'The Way of Julian of Norwich' reveals how Julian's fresh perspectives on sin and judgement, anger and forgiveness, the Incarnation and the crucifixion can challenge and enlighten us, six hundred years later, in a world so badly in need of the assurance of God's unconditional love.
Archbishop of Canterbury's Lent Book How can we convey the love of God to our neighbours in a post-Christian world that has largely forgotten the gospel of Jesus Christ? Set out in six sessions to take you through Lent, each chapter can be used as a single study for individuals or small groups to prepare for Easter.
Samuel Wells writes as a theologian and pastor to explore the cross in the purposes of God and how this act brings about salvation. Three sections, each with six short chapters, explore the cross in: - the Old Testament (Covenant, Test, Passover, Atonement, Servant, Sacrifice) - the Epistles (Forgiveness, Obedience, Foolishness, Example, Reconciliation, Boast) - the Gospels (Finished, Judged, Betrayed, Pierced, Forsaken, Mocked) Includes study guide for groups or individuals.