Two resources for Lent …

… though of course, there are many others out there! How will you mark Lent this year?

You might want to read a book …

The Glory of the Cross

These daily readings present deep theology in a concise and understandable way, allowing you to soak up the real meaning of Christ’s death and resurrection. Each week, you’ll read through one or two chapters of John’s Gospel. The Sunday reading provides an introduction to the passage as a whole, while the rest of the week’s reflections work through it in smaller sections. A carefully selected prayer—drawn from the rich work of writers throughout church history—is included each day.

click on image for link

 

Or perhaps you’d rather use your mobile?

#LiveLent is a daily discipleship journey through the Gospel of John from the Church of England, exploring what it means to be a witness to the Christian faith.

The app – available for Android and iPhone/iPad – begins on Ash Wednesday (14 February 2018) and ends on Easter Day (1 April 2018).

#LiveLent explores two questions:

– How can I receive God’s life more fully?
– How can I share God’s life generously and joyfully with others?

For every day of Lent 2018 you can:

Explore a new theme for each week with questions for reflection and links to free discussion materials.

Listen or read a short reading from the Gospel of John each day, followed by a brief reflection.

Act as a witness by doing one thing each day to help make God’s life a reality for others, through your words and your life.

Click on image for more, find the app in your app store – available for Android and iOS

 

 

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