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Tue 17 Oct 2017 @ 13:42
RT @peteennsThe Bible and the intersection of oppressed peoples. B4NP Podcast Ep. 24 w/@NyashaJunior https://t.co/YPXlMYIwHB… https://t.co/1MhMJynxZh
Author(s): Bruce Reyes-Chow
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In 40 Days, 40 Prayers, 40 Words, Reyes-Chow encourages readers to pause in the bustle of their daily lives to reflect, engage, and share during the Lenten season.
Forty devotions are each framed around a word inspired by the daily lectionary readings and include a short scriptural passage, inspirational prayer, and reflection. Readers who feel too busy for daily engagement with God will appreciate Reyes-Chow's ability to speak to the blessings and burdens of everyday life in a concise, lively manner.
Moreover, readers also have the ability to connect with others through interactive elements like QR codes that link to social media and provide access to additional reflections, graphics, and prayers.
This unique resource expands the ways we can connect with God, and with each other, both during Lent and at any time along our journeys of faith. Follow along using the hashtag: #40wordprayer.
Bruce Reyes-Chow is a pastor, writer, blogger, speaker, and cultural critic. In 2008, he became the youngest person ever elected as Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). He is the author of The Definitive-ish Guide for Using Social Media in the Church and But I Don't See You as Asian: Curating Conversations about Race. He currently serves as Transitional Team Pastor of Valley Community Presbyterian Church in Portola Valley, California, and as Senior Consultant with the Center for Progressive Renewal. Follow him @breyeschow on most social networks or visit his Web site at www.reyes-chow.com.