The Society of St. John the Evangelist (SSJE)’s offering for Lent is available. The workbooks are available for order, and the online version is free. Sample copies are available. Please contact me,Jamie Coats, if interested.
It’s time to…
Stop, Pray, Work, Play & Love
SSJE’s Lent 2015 Five Week Video Series and Workbook information is now available atwww.ssje.org/time. There is an introductory video from a very animated Br. Geoffrey. He cares passionately about helping people with their sense of time, achieving balance and embracing Sabbath wisdom.
Five Weeks – Daily Short Videos
The series will ask people to think about how they relate to time in their life over five weeks. The series begins on Ash Wednesday, February 18, and runs through Palm Sunday. It is set up so you can subscribe by email and each day the email will arrive at 5 a.m. where ever you are located in the world.
Follow and Participate on Social Media
Visit www.ssje.org/time. Use hashtag #SSJETime to share your thoughts on the daily videos on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
For educators and clergy we have a resource page at www.SSJE.org/timeresources.
If you subscribe to Brother, Give Us a Word, you will receive the daily videos.
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