You are required to change your password before you can log in to the site, please enter your new password in the fields below:
Thu 30 Mar 2017 @ 9:56
RT @c_of_eToday's bible passage from is from Isaiah 64.8. What are the creative talents within your family or church communit… https://t.co/jtMMDd15wT
Author(s): Steven Croft, Steven J. L. Croft
Experiencing God's Love is a short study guide that aims to deepen our understanding and first-hand experience of living a life of faith.
It explores five biblical images of the ways in which our lives are changed by walking with Christ: Being securely rooted in prayer and scriptures; Cleansed through baptism, confession and forgiveness; Enlightened through worship, mission and growth in holiness; Tended through care for one another and the world; Welcomed in the Eucharist and in the fellowship of the Church.
Each chapter explores one of these images in the Psalms and the Gospels, and in popular culture, supported by free online audio introductions to each session. Opening and closing worship, discussion starters, questions, and a leader's guide are all included making this ideal for Lent groups or as a Christian discipleship course at any time of year.
Listen to audio clips for this course
Steven Croft is to be the next Bishop of Oxford, having been Bishop of Sheffield since 2009. A former Archbishop's Missioner and the first Team Leader of Fresh Expressions, he is the author of many acclaimed books including Jesus' People: What the Church should do next and editor of Mission-shaped Questions. Steven is a co-creator of the Emmaus course and co-author of the Pilgrim course.
STEVEN CROFT has written extensively on ministry, evangelism and discipleship and was one of the authors of Emmaus: the way of faith. Formerly Archbishops' Missioner and Fresh Expressions Team Leader, he is now Bishop of Sheffield. In this role he aims to engage with those on the edge of or outside the churches.
The book was exactly as I thought it would be though as we used another by Stephen Croft last year for Lent it's too soon to use a similar one again in 2017!