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Publisher: Canterbury Press Norwich
For several years, the students and staff of Ridley Hall, the Anglican theological college in Cambridge, have compiled a book of daily readings for the 48 days from Ash Wednesday to Easter Day. Sold directly to churches by former students now in ministry, it has been an important way of raising funds for the training of future ordinands, youth and pastoral workers. This is Ridley's fourth Lent book in partnership with Canterbury Press. A team of ordinands and some of the teaching staff consider some of the characters in the pages of the Bible who directly or indirectly met with God - through his prophets, through his people, through hearing `the still small voice', face to face in his Son. From the ways in which their lives were transformed we leran invaluable lessons for our discipleship today. For each day of Lent, Holy Week and Easter Day, there is a Bible reading printed out in full, a reflection and a short prayer. The community of Ridley Hall - staff, students and spouses - has created the text for this volume.
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