Ashes to Fire Year B Devotional is a 14-week devotional book designed to take readers from Ash Wednesday to Pentecost. The devotional will create an intentional and intensive fellowship with Jesus by guiding readers through worship, personal Bible study, and daily devotionals. Space for journaling each Sunday is also included within the devotional. Ashes to Fire Year B also contains an audio CD with original music from Lee Black, Dave Clark, Allie Lapoint, Nick Robertson, and many others.
This 14-week devotional book includes daily scripture readings from the Old Testament and New Testament, prayers, and each Sunday, a small sermon with journaling space. This book is specifically designed to be used, either individually or for small groups, from Ash Wednesday to Pentecost.Ashes to Fire allows adults and youth to reflect on what God is teaching them instead of just feeding them another video clip or media outlet. It includes essays by multiple pastors and an audio CD with original music by Mark Harris, Dave Clark, Larnelle Harris, and Dan Dean. The book will create an intentional and intensive fellowship with Jesus by guiding readers through worship, personal Bible study, daily devotions, and spiritual readings.
The material prompts participants to think deeply, live honestly, and love consistently. -Dr. Thomas Jay Oord, Professor of Theology and Philosophy, Northwest Nazarene University
A resource that can be used with families, with small groups, bible studies, with congregations, across the nation, and really beyond. -Dr. John Bowling, Author of Grace-Full Leadership and Making the Climb
Merritt J. Nielson is currently Curriculum at Nazarene Publishing House, Kansas City. His professional responsibilities have included college teaching and administration, missionary church planting, non-profit social service leadership, public relations and broadcast media production. He has also served in five pastoral ministry assignments with the Church of the Nazarene in the United States and Europe, as well as additional pastoral service with the American Baptists, United Church of Christ, and the United Methodists. He is a graduate of Eastern Nazarene College, Nazarene Theological Seminary, and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.