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Also available on Kindle Buy on Kindle. Share this page Twitter Facebook. Title Celtic Lent: 40 days of devotions to Easter Author David Cole Description This inspirational book takes the reader through the 40 days of Lent to the celebration of Easter through the eyes and beliefs of Celtic Christianity.
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Endorsements Author info This inspirational book takes the reader through the 40 days of Lent to the celebration of Easter through the eyes and beliefs of Celtic Christianity. Each issue contains four-session outlines one per month , including planning sheets and take-home handouts, together with information on the latest resources and events. It also seeks to encourage and refresh Messy Church leaders by providing monthly Bible studies, a column on taking time to recharge, and a problem page.
Other features include a youth column, a day in the life of a Regional Coordinator and stories from Messy Churches around the world. You may also like: Get Messy! Get Messy! Each issue contains four-session outlines one per month , including He is an elder of his local church in West Yorkshire and regularly travels abroad leading retreats and Quiet Days.
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Dr Debbie Hawker is a psychologist based in Nottingham with a global reputation as a specialist in debriefing and trauma counselling. As one would expect from two authors with excellent track records, it does not disappoint. Suffice to say it considers all aspects of our human being to ensure we have a complete awareness of how to balance our lives well. This useful pairing means that the theory, presented simply enough for the amateur to understand but deeply enough to be helpful and authoritative, is balanced with lived-out practice, which is thoughtfully and interestingly brought to us.
Each chapter closes with helpful questions for reflection, which gives the book the feel more of a devotional rather than a textbook, usefully bringing together two genres. At the end is a quick but effective self-assessment to highlight the reader's current life practice and how it affects each facet of their resilience. I commend this resource to practitioners of pastoral care for whom it is an invaluable addition to the bookshelf, and to all Christians who will find information to help them thrive in their daily lives'.
The material that is presented covers building resilience in the areas of the spiritual, physical, emotional, cognitive and creative, social and systemic SPECS parts of our lives and then illustrates those through the biblical record of characters like Nehemiah, Elijah, David, Joseph, the early disciples and Jesus himself. A whole chapter is devoted to resilient women in the Bible.
To use a sapling as an analogy, trees develop deep roots by going through hardship… We know that we need to stake a young tree to stop it blowing over in the first place, but… if we stake it too tightly, it… will not develop deep roots. Only if it is allowed to wave in the wind will its roots go deeper in the ground to provide more stability.
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The more it shakes, the further the roots will go seeking rocks to hang on to. For us, those rocks are God and the great truths of our salvation. Name supplied. This is down to a very good family, friends and faith i. Church support network. It helped me differentiate between the physical side and the emotional, social etc. Debbie Hawker has incorporated a great deal of resilience into her own life through her faith.
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Tony Horsfall and Debbie Hawker encourage us to develop our resilience and to prepare ourselves for the challenges that life It is ideal for those looking for a fresh approach to regular Bible study, and offers a talented team of contributors who present a Bible passage text included , helpful comment and a prayer or thought for the day ahead. Usually I end up with my head reeling with hundreds of new ideas, reflections and insights, and it takes me a few days to return to 'normal'. This issue is no exception - for the next few months you will experience a wide range of writers, subjects and approaches, some of which will challenge, some comfort and others entertain you.
All, I hope, will inform your spiritual life. However, Amy finds pockets of hope in the stories of Deborah and Gideon, and useful lessons for us all in the way that God never loses faith in his people, even when they lose faith in him. She demonstrates the way in which the Old Testament can provide depth and new dimensions to our understanding of God and of the redemption of his promises in the person of Christ.
Through her examination of the roles of women in the New Testament, she helps us to see that our task is to assist with the 'restoration of equality' for men and women, away from attitudes of 'dominance and subjugation', which have their roots, she asserts, as far back as the fall. She declares, however, that our challenge is to ensure that such restoration takes place 'quietly, gently, gracefully and with propriety, as befits the Christian way'.
Harvest is both a universal theme and a highly place-specific phenomenon, and Paul helps us to explore both physical and spiritual harvest times. I wish you good reading!