“It’s not so much that we read Scripture but that Scripture reads us.” The author, theologian, translator of Scripture, Eugene Peterson implores us to see Scripture from a different lens: that Scripture illuminates who we are, revealing the depths of our character, our being, the inner dimensions of our very person.
This season of Lent we’re journeying together through the pages of the Lectionary, an ages old tradition of meditating on seemingly random passages of Scripture, allowing the words to wash over us and illuminate the depth of our being. The Lectionary pulls different passages from the First Testament, the Gospels, and the letters in the New Testament inviting us to consider what it is that God is revealing to us about ourselves. We want to invite you to journey with us in this process.
We believe in your process. We believe that everyone is on a journey to understand who God is, our own identity at its core, the intricacies of relationship with one another, and our own place in this world. This is a simple resource for our process together.