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Season 7: Week 3 | Repentance: Cleaning our Messy House

The seasons of the church year are meant to teach us something about the spiritual life we need to learn. In fact, by entering into these seasons we experience the deeper dynamics and rhythms of the spiritual life by walking closely with Jesus and learning from him as we go. In this season of the Strengthening the Soul of Your Leadership podcast, we are privileged to prepare and walk through the season of Lent together.

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Mentioned in this podcast:
Revised Common Lectionary
Lent: A Season of Returning, Ruth Haley Barton
Invitation to a Journey: A Road Map for Spiritual Formation, M. Robert Mulholland Jr.
My Heart in my Mouth, Ted Loder

Exploring Further:
Transforming Resources: Lent Resources
Transforming Community
Ruth Haley Barton

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Music Credit:
Lent: Music in Solitude

Journey through Lent with music

Transforming Center

desires to see churches and Christian organizations become communities of authentic spiritual transformation – and that begins with transforming leaders. We seek to strengthen the souls of pastors and leaders, equipping them to guide their churches and organizations to become spiritually transforming communities that discern and do the will of God in their settings. Read more about the Transforming Center.

1 Comment

  1. Laura Ashlock on March 19, 2019 at 8:22 am

    I acknowledge my messy house. I repent of my sin of harming others and turn from it. I accept that God has forgiven me. Yet, the consequences and outcomes of my sinful actions manifest themselves in those I love most. They are daily in front of my eyes. This weight, this guilt are my constant companions. You speak of freedom and I long for it. But regardless of how forgiven and free I become, the path of destruction remains…and I weep. Lord have mercy.

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