Lent Books: Spiritual Food for Lent
This devotional Lent Book Living His Story (£7.99) may change how you think about evangelism, help you see how suited it is for our world and fill you with confidence in sharing God’s love with those around us. With warmth and encouragement, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent Book 2021 shows how we can live Jesus’ story in our own lives simply by being the people God made us and allowing people to be drawn to him through our natural gifts.
Pilgrim Journeys: The Creeds (£2.99) explores what Christians believe in 40 short daily reflections for Lent 2021. Whether you are new to faith or have been a Christian for many years, Archbishop Stephen’s booklet will help deepen your understanding of Christian teaching and remind you afresh of who you are within God’s story.
Stephen Cherry Thy will be Done (£7.99). Discover anew the freshness of our most familiar spiritual resource: the Lord’s Prayer. 36 short chapters mine the rich resources of Christian tradition for wisdom and insight (including St Paul, Gregory of Nyssa, John Calvin, Evelyn Underhill, Simone Weil, and Michelle Obama). Accessible, rich in anecdote as well as analysis – daily bread for the spiritually hungry.
Sacred Space for Lent 2021 (£3.51). A clear pattern each day: Scripture reading, reflection points, weekly topic and six steps of prayer and meditation. A good way to approach the discipline and joy of daily prayer. If this format helps you, Sacred Space may be for you. Visit www.sacredspace.ie (a very popular prayer website) to help pattern your daily prayer once Lent is over.