Tom Wright, ‘Lent for Everyone: Matthew’, is here

As ‘The Big Read 2011‘ moves closer, the book is now available to purchase. Join us for ‘Bigger Conversations’ around this wonderful book of the Bible. The housegroup materials will be available shortly, and a forum is in development.

The following text is taken from SPCK:

This is the follow-up to the massively successful Lent for Everyone: Luke Year C, bringing Lent reading to a new audience.

The book gently takes the reader through the designated Lectionary readings for every day of Lent and Easter. The Bible readings are Tom Wright’s own clear and accessible translations from Matthew for Everyone (SPCK, 2002). Each passage is followed by a freshly written reflection and a prayer that will help readers to ponder the relevance of Matthew’s Gospel for their own lives.

Suitable for both individual and group study and reflection, Tom Wright’s Lent book will allow readers to make Matthew their own, thoughtfully and prayerfully. It will help to make the journey through Lent a period of rich discovery and growth.

Why not join The Big Read 2011? You can work through this book with others, as part of a national community. Visit the Big Bible website, where you can download group study materials. Readers can also use the code printed at the front of the book to download resources from completely free!

Purchase the book (special deals available).

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