Watching the Disciples - eBook
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Watching the Disciples - eBook  -     By: Mary Jane Gorman

Watching the Disciples - eBook

Abingdon Press / 2011 / ePub

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Title: Watching the Disciples - eBook
By: Mary Jane Gorman
Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2011
ISBN: 9781426728891
ISBN-13: 9781426728891
Stock No: WW20007EB

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LENT

This Lenten study looks at the twelve disciples as they tried to follow Jesus and live the challenging life to which he had called them. Examining the mistakes of the Twelve can help us to assess our own discipleship in order to see where it may need strengthening. During these weeks of Lent, as we join the Twelve in their on-the-job-training to become disciples of Jesus, we hope to find guidance for our pilgrimage.

This seven-session study, appropriate for both group and individual use, provides one lesson for each week in Lent. Each lesson includes a Scripture reference, a brief reflection, questions for study or discussion, a brief prayer, and a focus for the coming week.

MARY JANE GORMAN is a writer, teacher, and retreat leader living in Greenville, South Carolina, and she is the author of the book Tending Body, Heart, Mind & Soul: Following Jesus in Caring for Ourselves (Abingdon Press). Formerly professor of economics at Furman University, she has served on the board of United Ministries, a nonprofit community organization, and is a leader in First Baptist Church, Greenville.

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Mary Jane Gorman is a writer, teacher, and retreat leader living in Greenville, SC. Formerly professor of economics at Furman University, she has served on the board member of United Ministries, a nonprofit community organization, and is a leader in First Baptist Church, Greenville.

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