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Living with the Mind of Christ: A Lenten…
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Living with the Mind of Christ: A Lenten Study for Adults

by James A. Harnish

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This is the 11th year for a thematic Lenten study offering. This study will include 7 sessions, one for each Sunday in Lent, including Easter Sunday. Each session features a scripture reference, a personal reading and questions for personal reflection or group discussion; suggestions for ways to deepen the Lenten journey or a focus for the coming week may also be included. This particular study is based on Philippians 2:1-11 ("Let the same mind be in you that was in Christ Jesus..."). The goal is to discover what it might look like for us, in very practical ways, to live with the mind of Christ.… (more)

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