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Following Jesus in the Holy Land, Pathways of Discipleship through Advent and Lent, by Stephen Need
Following Jesus in the Holy Land is a study book for individual and group use during the Church’s seasons of Advent and Lent. It provides ten chapters (four for Advent, six for Lent) that can be used by individuals or church groups for stimulation and discussion on a week-by-week basis. Each of the ten chapters chooses a location with particular associations from the life of Jesus, so that this book is a kind of “armchair pilgrimage” through the Holy Land. The chapters each cover something of the history of the places concerned before delving into a connected biblical text, and then drawing out key implications and teaching for contemporary faith. The chapters include suggestions for Bible study and worship as well as ideas of how modern-day disciples can respond to what they have learned from their pilgrimage, real or in their imagination. In the Preface, the author says: “This book arose out of several years living in the Holy Land and experiencing the holy places as powerful aids to re-imagining the gospel narratives as well as the seasons of the Church’s year and various stages in Christian life. Viewing the gospel narratives and events through the places associated with them in the Holy Land brings the texts and their meanings to life in a powerful and vivid way. There’s a chapter per week here throughout Advent and Lent.”
Author: Stephen W. Need
Published: Sept 2019
Dimensions: 140mm x 216mm