Discipleship resources for every stage of life
February's nearly over, so it must be time for some new resources...
Firstly, have you bought your Lent book yet? 'This treasure of a Lent book has moved me deeply' (Susan Piper, Transforming Ministry).
For our Living Faith programme we have a book from Paul Beasley-Murray on how to retire well and make the most of the retirement years.
Who's it for? Christian ministers and lay Christians, approaching retirement or recently retired.
What's to like? It's a very manageable size but crammed full of practical suggestions and apt quotations.
For Holy Habits, the set of Bible Reflections and Group Studies is now complete.
Who's it for? Individual devotions, church leaders keen to focus on discipleship, small group leaders.
What's to like? These are easy to use, no-prep resources, and there's plenty of material to keep you going for a while.
Meanwhile, Messy Church poses the question: What's in the Bible (for me)?
Who's it for? Messy Church leaders to give to Messy Church families.
What's to like? This rapid and engaging Bible overview gives context for those who are new to the Christian message.
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