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Following Jesus in the Holy Land: Pathways of discipleship through Advent and Lent

Following Jesus in the Holy Land: Pathways of discipleship through Advent and Lent
This book takes modern-day disciples to the places of Jesus' life and ministry, including Bethlehem, the Judean desert, Mount Tabor, the River Jordan and Jerusalem. It is designed as a study course for individuals and groups during Advent and Lent. Featured in The Church Times Advent Books 25/10/19
Our Price: £9.99
ISBN/EAN: 9781789590418
Stock: 16
Publisher: Sacristy Press
Author: Stephen Need
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Each chapter offers reflections on the historical and biblical significance of the places Jesus knew and relates them to aspects of discipleship today. At the end of each chapter, there are questions for reflection, suggestions for Bible study and worship, and guidance as to how modern-day disciples might live out what they have learned in their daily lives. This book arose out of several years living in the Holy Land and experiencing the holy places as powerful aids to re-imagining the gospel narratives and the seasons of the Church's year. In 108 pp
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