Lent Books: Saying Yes to Life

The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent Book 2020 Genesis chapter 1, the first of the Bible’s creation narratives, provides the structure for this important book – a wide-ranging guide to environmental concerns for Christians, and a challenge to the world-wide church. … Read More

Lent Books: You Are Mine

Personal insights into the journey of faith This treasure of a Lent book has moved me deeply. David Walker, Bishop of Manchester, has given us a very personal insight into his own journey of faith as well as encouraging us … Read More

Lent Books: The Resilient Disciple

A journey from adversity to maturity Rev Dr Justine Allain Chapman is an experienced priest, theological educator and most recently, Archdeacon of Boston. She has pioneered, through her personal research, the concept of resilience – the ability to ‘bounce back’ … Read More

Lent Books: The Grace-filled Wilderness

The Challenge of Lent Subtitled ‘A journey though Lent’, this important and challenging book is a wide-ranging study, looking at issues that include appetite, identity, occupation, freedom, anxiety, pain and miracle. There are some very demanding spiritual exercises, which would … Read More

Lent Books: Reflections for Lent

An Accompaniment to Anglican Morning Prayer With an introduction to Lent by David Hoyle, reminding us that sin is both personal and public, these reflections will provide a useful accompaniment to the lectionary readings for Morning Prayer from Ash Wednesday … Read More