Life Transformed: The Way of Love in Lent is now available as a seven-week curriculum for adult Christian formation.
The seven sessions tie the Easter Vigil readings to the seven practices of the Way of Love. Drawing on the ancient practice of setting aside Lent as a period of study and preparation for living as a Christian disciple (known as the catechumenate), the forums encourage participants to reflect on salvation history; walk toward the empty tomb; and embrace the transforming reality of love, life, and liberation. As we stand with the three women at the empty tomb, we hear his call to go and live that transformed reality.
Included is a Life Transformed Quiet Day for Lent. Both curricula were created by the Episcopal Church and are available at www.episcopalchurch.org/life-transformed.
Living the Way of Love, a 40-day devotional, is available from Church Publishing.
To learn more about the Way of Love and peruse additional resources, go here.
The Way of Love will be a key component of the upcoming Annual Council of the Diocese of West Texas, February 21-23, in McAllen.