A Journey Into Wholeness: Daily Reflections for Lent

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A Journey into Wholeness is not just another Lenten devotional book; it is a bold invitation that calls readers to lives of active discipleship in the midst of the complexities of 21st century. Bringing together writings from bloggers and fellow pilgrims who wrestle with what it means to enter Lent in ways that are as practical as they are radical, A Journey into Wholeness offers a wealth of diverse insights that invite readers to engage issues of inner brokenness, homelessness, poverty, creation stewardship, and church disunity. With its focus on social justice, sustainability and simple living as an expression of faith, this guide features daily reflections and weekly challenges that dare readers to creatively engage the communities in which they live, making it a great asset for both personal reflection and group study. Above all, A Journey into Wholeness is a daring invitation for readers to undertake the journey from brokenness to wholeness. “Let all who are thirsty, come.”

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A Journey into Wholeness is not just another Lenten devotional book; it is a bold invitation that calls readers to lives of active discipleship in the midst of the complexities of 21st century. Bringing together writings from bloggers and fellow pilgrims who wrestle with what it means to enter Lent in ways that are as practical as they are radical, A Journey into Wholeness offers a wealth of diverse insights that invite readers to engage issues of inner brokenness, homelessness, poverty, creation stewardship, and church disunity. With its focus on social justice, sustainability and simple living as an expression of faith, this guide features daily reflections and weekly challenges that dare readers to creatively engage the communities in which they live, making it a great asset for both personal reflection and group study. Above all, A Journey into Wholeness is a daring invitation for readers to undertake the journey from brokenness to wholeness. “Let all who are thirsty, come.”

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