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Author(s): John Kiddle
Live Lent: Let Your Light Shine takes you on a six-week discipleship journey through the Gospel of John, exploring what it means to be a witness to the Christian faith.
For each day from Ash Wednesday to Easter Day there is a short Bible reading, a pause for reflection and prayer, and an idea for a simple action that will enable the light of Jesus to shine through your life.
Live Lent: Let Your Light Shine is written in association with Thy Kingdom Come, the global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray for more people to come to know Jesus. This is a shrink-wrapped pack of 50 copies.
John Kiddle is the Archdeacon of Wandsworth.
"It is our prayer that this booklet helps and encourages you as you take hold of God’s gift of life and live it – to the full. God offers us this life for the sake of others. The light he gives us in Jesus Christ is not to be hidden but to shine... Indeed, the more we share it and let it shine, the brighter it burns."
The Archbishops of Cantebury and York
Brilliant booklet, a great resource for Lent for churches to get stuck into.
Everyone loves the Lent booklets
The content is good and helpful. Most of our congregation prefer a book, rather than reading on line. The booklet is good quality but rather expensive.
Brilliant Lent companion. Makes you think
Archdeacon John Kiddke has given us an accessible and useful course to follow. The app is an excellent addition. Thank you
beautiful presentation and good content - downloadable resource looks good too
We used the down load from it this evening, great resource, as is the booklet, many thanks
Good resource, attractive and easy to use - would have liked Bible readings printed in full and more down to earth language.
Helpful, well-designed, good content, mission-focused, popular with the congregation.
Book is well produced and presented.