The Lenten Tree: Devotions for Children and Adults to Prepare for Christ's Death and His Resurrection
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Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2005
|Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)|
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Each devotion reveals who Jesus Christ is and what He has done. In addition to these devotions, this book contains illustrations, which may be used to create a special "Lenten tree." Each of the forty-one days has prayers, a memory verse, questions for children, and hymns or songs to coincide with the symbol for the day. Lenten activities are suggested for families to do together during Lent.
Dean Lambert Smith was born, raised, and educated in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. For over 25 years, she has served in various positions in the United Methodist Church such as Director of Music, Children, and Youth Activities and is currently Minister of Music at Oak Grove UMC. She also taught music and dance in the Hattiesburg and Forrest County public school systems. Smith received her formal musical training with a BMEd and also her MATL degree at the University of Southern Mississippi where she currently is an instructor in the English Language Institute.
An accomplished musician and actress, Dean recently won the Best Actress award of the Mississippi Theater Association. She has also served as director/ conductor of various community theater productions including the renowned musical opera Les Mis.
Dean is the author of the nationally published books, The Advent Jesse Tree and The Lenten Tree, devotional books for Christmas and Easter. She has also authored the book series: Wrestling with Rejection.
Dean is married to Eddie Smith and has three daughters, Elizabeth, Emily and son-in-law Ted, and Erin.
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