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What Really Happened and Why it Really Matter...
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Words of Hope, Joy and New Beginnings
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Seven Sayings from the Cross
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A 40-Day Lenten Devotional
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A Lent Course Based on the Elton John Movie R...
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Reflections for Lent from the Gospel of John
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(The Bible Speaks Today)
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Putting the Theology of N.T. Wright into Prac...
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Prayers and reflections on the Biblical Stati...
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Prayers for your church or small groups
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Prayers for a New Generation
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Reflections on Jesus' Struggles and How He Me...
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A Journey to Easter with Great Voices From th...
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An exploration of Lent through 46 objects
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Ash Wednesday to Trinity (Alcuin Liturgy Guid...
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Celebrate a Christian Seder
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80 Seasonal Activities for Use with Children.
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Daily Bible readings from Ash Wednesday to Ea...
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(Just in Time Series)
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Easter Uncut (Carl Laferton)
For anyone involved outreach this Easter This short book take a bold, new approach to unfolding the meaning of Easter You'll be able to share the hope of Easter in a memorable, effective new way Most diaries are boring. This one isn't. Easter Uncut takes readers to one man's account of a week of his life: a week of great plans, shattered dreams, nightmare scenes and renewed hope. It's what we call Easter, without any of the fluffy bits. This accessible, faithful book will engage, inform and excite non-Christians by taking them to the uncut Easter story, and to the wonder of the message of the cross and empty tomb.
What Really Happened and Why it Really Matters
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God's Little Book Of Easter (Richard Daly)
A new edition especially for Easter in this best-selling series of impulse-purchase gift books "Jesus came to let you know that the penalty of sin has been removed and its power is broken. In God's eyes, you're loved and accepted!" At times, life can be filled with upheaval, challenges, grief and fear. Easter signals a time for new beginnings, for a fresh take on life, and a joyful, positive outlook. Open this inspirational little book at any page, and discover anew the hope and joy of the Resurrection. Each page has an inspirational thought or idea, along with a related Bible reference for further reading and encouragement. God's Little Book of Easter, with its collection of inspiring, thought-provoking truths, offers comfort and assurance, and will bring you hope and renewed strength as you journey in the various pathways of life. "If God is willing to pardon your mistakes and even bury them, isn't it time you stopped beating yourself up? Receive his grace and move on!"
Words of Hope, Joy and New Beginnings
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It is Finished (J. John)
There are many ways of thinking about Easter. One with a long tradition is to consider what Jesus said while he was on the cross. The four Gospel writers record seven sayings (traditionally called the 'Seven Last Words') spoken by Jesus on the cross, which overflow with meaning. Taken together they sum up what Easter - and Christianity - means. It is Finished is a daily devotional for Easter week that can be used individually or in a group setting to refocus the mind, reposition the heart and revitalise your walk with God. There is great power in the words of Jesus and this can be seen in the deep suffering yet unmoving compassion visible in Jesus' final words. It is Finished is an invitation to know the passion of Christ and the freedom that comes with the knowledge that we can say, with regards to our separation from God, It is Finished.
Seven Sayings from the Cross
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Journey to the Cross (Paul David Tripp)
Crossway's Lent Book for 2021 Paul David Tripp offers reflections that help you focus on what's important You'll be encouraged to find real joy in Christ Journey through Lent with Best-Selling Author Paul David Tripp “During our forty days together, may your mourning increase so that your joy may deepen.” —Paul David Tripp Lent is a time in the yearly Christian calendar when we mourn our sin and let go of worldly things that keep our hearts from experiencing God more fully. But how do we reevaluate and recalibrate the values of our hearts to match those of our suffering Savior? In this forty-day Lenten devotional, best-selling author Paul David Tripp invites us to set aside time from the busyness of our lives to focus on the suffering and sacrifice of Jesus. Each of the short readings encourages us to abide in the abundant joy found in Christ as we encounter the Savior more fully and follow him more faithfully during this Lenten season.
A 40-Day Lenten Devotional
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Still Standing (Rachel Mann)
For small groups and individuals over Lent This guide is based on the Elton John biopic Rocketman You'll find powerful lessons of calling and redemption Still Standing continues the tradition of DLT's popular movie-based Lent course series for small groups. 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.
A Lent Course Based on the Elton John Movie Rocketman
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The Glory of the Cross (Tim Chester)
Want to re-discover the power of Lent? This journey through John's Gospel will reignite your heart for Easter You'll find a vivid exploration of the Gospel of John In many ways, Easter is supposed to be the high-point of the year for Christians, where we remember the three days that changed history for ever. But for many of us, the day quickly comes and goes without us really feeling any different. Yet for centuries Christians around the world have marked the season of Lent—the forty days leading up to Easter—as a way of reflecting on their need for forgiveness and anticipating Christ's work on 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. So this Lent, prepare your heart with 47 days of short and stirring reflections from the Gospel of John.
Reflections for Lent from the Gospel of John
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The Message of the Cross (Derek Tidball)
For small groups and individuals This look at the cross explores both Old and New Testaments You'll understand from its continuing relevance to today's world The magnificent theme of the cross of Christ is treated in a readable and practical manner. In a wide-ranging exploration, Derek Tidball brings out its implications for Christian living, community and spirituality. Opening up key passages throughout the Bible, Tidball considers the anticipation of the Cross in the Old Testament, the experience of it in the Gospel accounts, its explanation and application in the New Testament letters and the Book of Revelation. He writes: 'Before the cross of Christ countless men and women of every generation and culture have stood in adoring wonder and humble penitence. The cross stands at the very heart of the Christian faith, manifesting the love of God, effecting salvation from sin, conquering the hostile forces of evil and inviting reconciliation with God.'
(The Bible Speaks Today)
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Tom Wright for Everyone (Stephen Kuhrt)
Tom Wright has long been established as a leading biblical theologian and has earned praise and respect from his popular series of Bible commentaries. However, despite this recognition, the consequences and implications of Wright's works have yet to be fully considered by the Church. Stephen Kuhrt has written "Tom Wright for Everyone" so that the theology of Tom Wright can be practically applied to the local Church. Kuhrt masterfully summarises Tom Wright's theology so that readers can become engaged into the implications that arise from the publications. Kuhrt's summary of Tom Wight's theology manges to highlight the weaknesses of contemporary evangelicalism, including: •The nature of the Christian hope; •The significance of the resurrection of Jesus; •The lack of a convincing theological basis for holistic mission; •Treatments of sin, evil and the atonement; •Approaches to the Bible and attitudes towards biblical scholarship; •Ambivalence towards 'the good things of creation', the sacraments, and the Church. Towards the end of the book, Kuhrt switches his focus to comprehensively describe how his own parish has put Tom Wright's theology into practice. Kuhrt passionately discusses how an integrated Biblical theology can improve the Church and help it meet the challenges of modern culture. "Tom Wright For Everyone" is a thought-provoking book that is fantastic resource for leaders of the church, students of theology, and Christian social activists. Endorsements of "Tom Wright for Everyone" A book about Tom Wright's books? Helping us sort through the theology that has so powerfully moved and inspired us? Brilliant! --Rob Bell, author of Sex God
Putting the Theology of N.T. Wright into Practice in the Local Church
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Walking the Way of the Cross (Stephen Cottrell, Paula Gooder & Philip North)
For anyone seeking reflection over Lent These readings follow and open up the stations of the cross You'll find spiritual equipping for the journey ahead Found in Common Worship: Times and Seasons, The Way of the Cross is a series of scripture-based devotions for personal or group use in Lent and Holy Week. Similar in intent to the traditional Stations of the Cross, it focuses wholly on the biblical narrative of the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus. This seasonal companion provides the sequence of fifteen meditations appears in full, including opening and concluding prayers. Each is accompanied by three short reflections from different perspectives by three of today's very best spiritual writers: Paula Gooder offers reflections on the scriptural narratives; Stephen Cottrell considers the story from the perspective of personal discipleship; Philip North explores the story's challenge to mission and witness.
Prayers and reflections on the Biblical Stations of the Cross
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40 Prayers for Easter (David Clowes)
A collection of prayers for Easter Find the perfect prayer for the season in the Christian calendar It is a great resource to use for church or small groups 40 Prayers for Easter is taken from the popular ‘500 Prayers for all Occasions’ and ‘500 More Prayers for all Occasions’ each volume contains 40 prayers for use either during a specific season in the Christian calendar, key areas of resource for Churches, or for particular seasons of life. Designed to be affordable and accessible, each edition follows the unique selling point of the ‘500 Prayers’ series using every day and non-‘churchy’ language
Prayers for your church or small groups
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500 Prayers for Young People (Martin Saunders)
The 500 prayers will be split into thematic sections, including: Seasonal (Including: Christmas, Easter, Pentecost); Thanksgiving; Praise and worship; School (including exams, bullying, relationship with teachers); Relationships (including friendships, sex, and boyfriend/girlfriend); Justice (including prayers about the environment, poverty etc); Knowing God (including prayers for spiritual gifts); Pain and problems (including bereavement and illness). The prayers themselves are numbered but continually varied - featuring a mix of ancient prayers (approx 20%), prayers written by the author and by young people. They are written in a variety of styles, and are preceded by a short introduction where necessary. An extensive index is included alongside features to help young people in developing a prayer life
Prayers for a New Generation
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Alongside (Henry Martin)
Jesus' life was by no means struggle-free. There were many things he found difficult: his family, his friends, the crowds, religious people, religious institutions, and his own destiny. He knows the bitter gut-wrenches of frustration, the confusing rackets of competing loyalties, the creeping irritations of being unable to explain any more clearly, and the visceral tug of an overwhelming desire, which though attractive is ultimately ill-advised. This is all a blessing to us today: because he struggled, he understands our own struggles intimately, and the Gospels record many cases of things he said from which we can learn, grow and draw strength. In Alongside, Henry Martin considers these words of Jesus in a book suitable for daily reading, with prayers and reflections. It has been designed so that it can be read during Lent, Advent or at any other time of year, with questions specially tailored for each season.
Reflections on Jesus' Struggles and How He Meets Us in Our Struggle: Reflections on Jesus’ Struggles and how he meets us in Our Struggles
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An Ocean of Grace (Tim Chester)
The Good Book Company's Lent Book for 2021 Tim Chester opens up wise words from Saints and writers You'll find new inspiration from old words every day of Lent A collection of daily devotions and prayers by great Christian writers from throughout church history, including Augustine, Charles Spurgeon, John Bunyan, Catherine Parr and Martin Luther. Their time-tested words continue to paint a compelling portrait of Christ's death and resurrection, and will encourage and inspire readers as much today as they did when they were first written. Each daily reading has been selected, edited and introduced by Tim Chester to make these treasures accessible to every reader. They will help you reflect on Jesus in the run-up to Easter. Ideal to start at the beginning of Lent.
A Journey to Easter with Great Voices From the Past
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Approaching Easter (Jane Williams)
What gives meaning to our lives? How can we live a life shared with others? The seasons of Lent and Easter are traditionally times to reflect upon such fundamental questions as these. In this gentle, reflective book, Jane Williams encourages us to make space for reflection and, in so doing, to draw closer to God. As she moves through Lent to Good Friday and Easter, the author explores themes such as food, power, love, anger, fear and complicity, compassion, and waiting. In each chapter, she blends personal story, spiritual reflection, and quotations from scripture or other sources to offer an imaginative and powerful way into the meaning of the season. Illustrated throughout with fine art, Approaching Easter is a beautiful and rewarding seasonal companion.
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At Home in Lent: (Gordon Giles)
Here is an original way of approaching Lent, one that will encourage you to consider your own faith journey in the light of the Easter story. Inspired by Ian McGregor's Radio 4 programme, 'The History of the World in 100 Objects', Gordon Giles spends each week in a different room gleaning spiritual lessons from everyday household objects. As a result, you might discover that finding God in the normal pattern of life – even in the mundane – transforms how you approach each day. Running as a thread through it all are the seven Rs of Lent: regret, repentance, resolution, recognition, reconciliation, renewal and resurrection.
An exploration of Lent through 46 objects
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Celebrating Christ's Victory (Benjamin Gordon-Taylor & Simon Jones)
This companion volume to Celebrating Christs Appearing covers the Church's year from Ash Wednesday onwards, and has been written for all those involved in planning and leading worship. Chapters deal with Lent, Passiontide and Holy Week, the Easter liturgy, Eastertide, Trinity to All Saints, and seasons and festivals of the agricultural year. In each chapter, the liturgical character of the season is described and clear guidance given on the setting and celebration of the Eucharist and other services. Many resources are provided in this book, and particular reference is made to the material in Common Worship: Times and Seasons.
Ash Wednesday to Trinity (Alcuin Liturgy Guides)
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Christ in the Passover (Rose Publishing)
The Passover is the Old Testament feast that celebrates and remembers God's liberation of Israel from Egypt. It also foreshadow's Christ's sacrifice on the cross. This pamphlet: Shows the parallels between the Passover in the Old Testament and the work of Jesus Christ as the perfect Passover lamb in the New Testament. This is a good way of explaining the Jewish roots of Christianity. Includes a Christian Passover Seder script, with everything you will need, including the recipes. Our staff held a seder and it was very meaningful. It takes only 30 minutes and is good for all ages. Children have fun participating finding the hidden matzah bread that symbolizes Jesus. The Seder can be used at home, in a small group, a Bible study, or a class. Gives insights into the symbolism in the Lord's Supper and the Last Supper Jesus shared with his disciples Christians can celebrate the Seder anytime.
Celebrate a Christian Seder
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Creative Ideas for Lent & Easter (Jane Tibbs)
80 Seasonal Activities for Use with Children.
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Dust and Glory (David Runcorn)
New to Lent Studies? This devotional offers a journey through the Bible, assuming no prior knowledge You'll find ways of reading the Bible that bring insight and enlightenment BRF's 2016 Lent book is designed as a companion for thoughtful and curious travellers, with a daily Bible verse or short passage leading into reflection on some aspect of human life and faith. Written by bestselling author and respected spiritual guide David Runcorn, the book's approach is exploratory rather than prescriptive, provoking questions rather than offering answers. It does not assume too much Bible knowledge, so that the style feels welcoming to those on the edge of committed faith or church, as well as BRF's to established Lent book audience. Lent is one of the three forty-day 'seasons' in the Church's year, besides Advent and the period from Easter to Pentecost. The name itself, Lent, derives from an ancient word meaning 'spring' or 'long', referring to the time of year when days are beginning to lengthen and the world is turning from winter cold and dark to the warmth and promise of spring. During this time, the Church calls us to a special period of prayer, self-examination and teaching - and this book has been written to accompany you through that period, a time of turning from winter to spring, from death to life.
Daily Bible readings from Ash Wednesday to Easter Day
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Easter Services, Sermons And Prayers (Kenneth H. Carter Jr.)
This book contains creative liturgies, sermon helps, and prayers for Easter Vigil, Easter Sunday, and the 40 days of Easter.
(Just in Time Series)
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