Living Reconciliation by Phil Groves
Inspired by the Indaba process of deep listening and seeking common ground, this book shares experiences of profound reconciliation from around the Anglican Communion.
We Are Beloved: a Lenten Journey With Prayer Beads by Kristen Vincent
This 6-week Lenten journey follows stories of Jesus' experience of God's love. Each week begins with a scripture passage, a weekly devotion, reflection questions, an optional prayer bead experience, and a listening meditation.
Entering the Passion of Jesus "Leader Guide ": a Beginner's Guide To Holy Week by Amy-Jill Levine
The Leader Guide contains everything needed to guide a group through the six-week study. Jesus' final days were full of risk. Every move he made was filled with anticipation, danger, and the potential for great loss or great reward.
The Holy Thursday Revolution by Beatrice Bruteau
Recommended by The Rev. Canon George M. Maxwell Jr., Vicar at The cathedral of St. Philip.
Lent Is Not Rocket Science
The season of Lent prompts us to ask questions, big and small, about the nature of our being, and about our role in the world.
Lent & Easter Wisdom From Thomas Merton
This book provides daily reflections for Ash Wednesday through the Second Sunday of Easter. Reflections from Thomas Merton are supported by Scripture, prayers, and suggestions to assist readers in keeping a private journal through Lent and Easter.
Witness At the Cross: a Beginner's Guide To Holy Friday by Amy-Jill Levine
In Witness at the Cross, Amy-Jill Levine shows how the people at the cross each have distinct roles to play in the Gospels.
Entering the Passion of Jesus: a Beginner's Guide To Holy Week by Amy-Jill Levine
Jesus’ final days were full of risk. Every move he made was filled with anticipation, danger, and the potential for great loss or great reward.
A Practical Christianity: Meditations For the Season of Lent by Jane Shaw
A Practical Christianity: Meditations for the Season of Lent is a devotional book that challenges readers to take up “practical Christianity”—proposing Christian faith as something we do, not something we merely believe in.