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Living into Lent

Donald K. McKim

Imagine the transformation of God’s church called into a common learning. The Lenten journey is a shared journey—Christians join with others along the way of faith, following Jesus, and seeking to live out the will and purposes of God. Living into Lent, written by noted theologian, educator, and author Donald K. McKim, allows time during the Lenten season for readers to reflect on their Christian identities, listen to God’s Word and will, and engage in practices that deepen the Christian experience through discipleship.

Whether used for congregational study or personal reflection, each reading features Scripture, devotion, theological quote, a response, and prayer. Theological quotes, drawn from the history of the Reformed church, will help readers better understand God's Word and its implications for the Lenten journey. Readings are enhanced by a six-session study guide and questions for consideration.

Donald K. McKim is editor for Being Reformed: Faith Seeking Understanding and editor of These Days. He has taught theology at Memphis Theological Seminary, the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary, and other institutions. He is the author of More Presbyterian Questions, More Presbyterian Answers, A “Down and Dirty” Guide to Theology, and many other books.

Press Release: 2013 Moderator’s Lenten study invites Christians to seek to live out the will and purposes of God together

Item Number: 9781571532169

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Open to Me the Gates
Gradye Parsons
In Open to Me the Gates, Gradye Parsons, stated clerk of the Presbyterian Church (USA) explores how gates are conceptually used throughout the Bible. These places of entry, found in both Old and New Testament stories, are often metaphors for modern Christian beliefs and practices, such as justice and equality.
God's Abundant Table
Cynthia M. Campbell
Whether used for personal reflection or congregational study, this reflection on key biblical texts and a six-session study guide will invite you to discover the many connections in the Bible between what we do in the Lord's Supper, what it means to be in a relationship with God, and how God would have us live every day.

Temptation in the Desert, Participant's Book
Written by M. Craig Barnes

The story of Jesus’ temptations in the wilderness after his baptism offers important instructions for us as we consider our Christian life. This study discusses ways the temptations that Jesus faced are still real for us today. An excellent study for the Lenten season or any time in the church year. This title is part of the Being Reformed series.

Seven Days to Glory, Participant’s Book

Written by Blair R.Monie

The last week of Jesus’ life encompassed some of Christianity’s most significant events. Based on the Gospel of Mark, this study looks at each of these days to describe the importance of Jesus’ actions at the time, and what they mean for Christian living today. An excellent study for the Lenten season or any time in the church year. This title is part of the Being Reformed series.

Looking at the Cross, Participant's Book
Written by James D. Miller
Exploring New Testament themes associated with the cross-forgiveness, reconciliation, and peace--this study offers ways the cross directly affects our faith and daily lives. An excellent study for the Lenten season or any time in the church year.

This title is part of the Being Reformed series.
More Presbyterian Questions, More Presbyterian Answers
Popular Presbyterian author and editor Don McKim returns with a follow-up to the Geneva Press best seller Presbyterian Questions, Presbyterian Answers. This study-friendly guide articulates the basic tenets of the faith and answers some of the most frequently asked questions about being a Presbyterian. The comprehensive volume is divided into the following sections: “About Presbyterians,” “Presbyterians and Others,” “Presbyterian Theology,” “Christian Life,” “Worship and Sacraments,” “Social-Ethical Issues,” and “The Future.”
A Down and Dirty Guide to Theology
This brief, humorous introduction to theology by noted educator and author Don McKim will provide seminarians, college students, and general readers with a fun way to learn the basics. The book covers the key movements, thinkers, definitions, and questions of theology in a lighthearted way. Includes illustrations by Ron Hill.
Presbyterian Questions, Presbyterian Answers
Presbyterians often have questions about theology and beliefs that are basis to Christian faith. This book provides a sampling of these questions and brief but complete answers.