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Thu 30 Mar 2017 @ 9:56
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Author(s): Jeff Astley, Libby Lane, Helen-Ann Hartley
Reflections for Lent is designed to enhance your spiritual journey through the forty days from Ash Wednesday to Holy Saturday (1 March - 15 April 2017).
Covering Monday to Saturday each week, it offers reflections on readings from the Common Worship Lectionary, written by some of today's leading spiritual and theological writers.
Each day includes: * Full lectionary details for Morning Prayer * A reflection on one of the Bible readings * A Collect for the day
This volume offers daily material for 1 March to 15 April 2017, taken from the Reflections for Daily Prayer 2016/17 annual edition.
It is ideal for individuals and groups seeking Lectionary-based reflections for use during Lent and Holy Week, or for anyone wishing to try Reflections for Daily Prayer before committing to a year's worth of material.
It also features a simple form of morning and night prayer and a guide to keeping a good Lent.
Jeff Astley is an Anglican priest, and currently Alister Hardy Professor of Religious and Spiritual Experience, Glyndwr University, Wales. Libby Lane is the Bishop of Stockport. Helen-Ann Hartley is the Bishop of Waikato in New Zealand and was previously Director of Biblical Studies at Ripon College Cuddesdon. Graham James is the Bishop of Norwich and a popular author and broadcaster. Samuel Wells is Rector of St Martin in the Fields, London.
A good resource for leading a Lent Group, with a number of people commenting that it was good to get away from the 'spoon-fed' approach
So far, just what I wanted - a guide to Bible reading through Lent with some helpful observations and prayers. Thank you.
Received my book very quickly, excellent service, would definitely use again.
Ok, not enough detail, useful for service planning, but limited.
Just started to read but so far so good!Nice small pocket sized book.
Good resource for Lent. I used the one for Advent last year