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We are all shaped by stories, ones we are told and ones we tell ourselves, but how are we shaped by them and are we shaped by the right ones? During the season of Lent, we will be exploring a number of Jesus stories with an eye to how Jesus has or is re-storying us.

Following the message each Sunday, we want to give opportunity for people to share how the Jesus story we have pondered that day has shaped or re-storied them. In preparation for that opportunity, and as a way to make space in our busy lives during Lent, we welcome you to reflect on the stories of Jesus we are studying. Take time each week to read the scripture and let God speak to you, using the pages of the journal to jot down your thoughts, prayers, and reflections.

Some questions to ask may be:

  1. What is God saying to me as I read this?
  2. Does this story make me think of an experience in my own life? Where do I see God working in that story?
  3. What would change if I lived as if the lessons in this story were true in my own life?

Paper copies of the journal will be available at the church.

About the Artist 

We are delighted for our Lent theme to have permission to use the art entitled "The Lost Sheep" by Joge Cocco Santangelo. He is is a South American artist with international recognition. Many denominations use his art and it is displayed in museums and exhibits around the world.

Cocco calls his style sacrocubism because much of his art portrays sacred subjects using cubism, an early 20th-century abstract art movement. The cubist style allows the central focus to be on the main subject and essential message while keeping background details from being a distraction.

Click here if you would like to see more of Cocco's art, or purchase a print.