The Resilient Disciple

A Lenten Journey from Adversity to Maturity
 
 
Atlantic Books (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 15. November 2018
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  • 176 Seiten
 
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978-0-281-07854-7 (ISBN)
 

The art of kintsugi ('repairing with gold') not only restores
cracked objects but makes them even more beautiful than before.

Alone on an 8-day retreat in the Egyptian desert, Justine Allain Chapman experienced first-hand the physical, spiritual and mental struggle many have endured before her. Our own desert experience may involve attending to challenges that come upon us suddenly - such as an illness or bereavement - or to difficult relationships or patterns of thinking that have long been draining us of life and joy.

A Lenten pilgrimage is testing. We have to search within ourselves for answers which lie hidden, to draw on each other's strengths, to reflect deeply and to trust that we will be enabled to integrate our many experiences. But there is a 'bright flame before us, a guiding star above'. And the God, who always calls us to love beyond ourselves, offers tender healing for our brokenness, longing that we may be consoled and renewed.

This vividly written book includes wide ranging prayers and scripture readings, along with guides to using the material with groups and in preaching and worship.

'Brings us to Easter with both a deeper sense of self and a deeper engagement with God.'
The Revd Dr Roger L Walton, President of the Methodist Conference 2016

Praise for Resilient Pastors:
'Pragmatic and compassionate . . . I wish I had read this book years ago.' The Rt Revd Alan Wilson, Church Times

  • Englisch
  • La Vergne
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  • USA
  • 0,48 MB
978-0-281-07854-7 (9780281078547)
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The Venerable Dr Justine Allain-Chapman is Archdeacon of Boston, Lincs. She was previously Vice-Principal of the South-East Institute of Theological Education and a vicar in Clapham, South London. She is a regular conference and retreat speaker on the topic of reslience and Christian discipleship. Her first book, Resilient Pastors, was based on her doctoral research on the subject of reslience in Christian ministry.
  • Intro
  • Title
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • Follow: From Ash Wednesday and through the First Week of Lent
  • Prayers for the week
  • Ash Wednesday: Enter the desert
  • Thursday: Make a straight path
  • Friday: Voices in the silence
  • Saturday: Solid as a rock
  • Monday: Called to depth
  • Tuesday: Named
  • Wednesday: Be a bright flame before me
  • Thursday: Be a guiding star above me
  • Friday: Be a smooth path beneath me
  • Saturday: Be a kindly shepherd behind me
  • Flourish: The Second Week
  • Prayers for the week
  • Monday: Build a house
  • Tuesday: Take heart
  • Wednesday: Guard your inner life
  • Thursday: The reality of suffering
  • Friday: Wipe the dust from your feet
  • Saturday: Restless for home
  • Falling: The Third Week
  • Prayers for the week
  • Monday: Broken
  • Tuesday: Losing control
  • Wednesday: The cockerel at daybreak
  • Thursday: The heart of God
  • Friday: Gone fishing
  • Saturday: Wise as serpents, gentle as doves
  • Faithful: The Fourth Week
  • Prayers for the week
  • Monday: Holding and healing
  • Tuesday: Kintsugi - the art of repairing with gold
  • Wednesday: My story
  • Thursday: Untangling and binding
  • Friday: The buried treasure of our needs
  • Saturday: O Lord, open our lips
  • Fruitful: The Fifth Week
  • Prayers for the week
  • Monday: Success without swords
  • Tuesday: Thin places
  • Wednesday: Abiding to be fruitful
  • Thursday: Peter and Paul
  • Friday: Out of kilter
  • Saturday: Angels
  • Fulfil: Holy Week
  • Prayers for the week
  • Monday: Hosanna
  • Tuesday: Money talks
  • Wednesday: Beautiful feet
  • Maundy Thursday: The past, the Last Supper and the future
  • Good Friday: Standing at the cross
  • Holy Saturday: Darkness
  • Easter Day: The resurrection life of Easter
  • Using this book with groups
  • Using this book in preaching and worship

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