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Spirituality & Faith

Lenten Study Book


Lent is a reflective season, a time to repent and change. This year I invite you to read John Dear’s book “Walking the Way” with me in a group.

“Our world of war, poverty, corporate greed, racism, sexism, nuclear weapons, and catastrophic climate change demonstrates the total failure of violence,” says John Dear. The internationally known peace activist and Nobel Peace Prize nominee has always offered a single answer: Jesus. Now he invites us to follow the nonviolent Jesus through the holy season of Lent, beginning with Jesus journey to Jerusalem and culminating in his resurrection and the new life of peace he brings to all.

Deeply personal and uncompromisingly committed to peace, these prayerful reflections on Jesus’ life and death challenge the notion that support of violence at any level is compatible with a life in Christ. Drawing on the insights of Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Jr. and others, Dear shows us how we can practice gospel nonviolence, be apostles of peace, and change the world.


Perfect for personal reflection or small group discussion, these meditations invite us to “participate in our own inner disarmament and cultivate our true nonviolent nature” as we follow the Good Shepherd, the Lamb of God. A timely, important, and inspiring book for our times.

The book is available either from Amazon Kindle for $18.02 or paperback $30.57  (Fishpond delivery 14 days).

To join a study group please register your interest with Rev Bruce.

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