We begin a 6 week online discussion group of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s recommended Lent book this year on Tuesday 5 May at 7pm.
This will be using Zoom. You can dial in using the phone so even if you don’t have a computer or smartphone you can still join in.
If you would like to take part, please contact Revd Rebecca Harris for an invitation.
The book can be downloaded for free from SPCK or purchased from them or via Amazon.
There are also resources available on the SPCK website which can be found here. These include interviews by the author with a range of people including Archbishop Justin Welby. There are also a wide range of other resources to help you to explore this fascinating book about creation and our responsibilities to care for it.
You can read a review by Revd Rebecca Harris here.
PRESS REVIEWS taken from the SPCK website
Ruth Valerio’s book is perfect for individuals and groups to think, reflect, pray and be challenged together.- Justin Welby, from the Foreword
Timely and on point [with] fine use of examples from a global perspective.- Rachel Mann
Ruth Valerio is a true pioneer . . . This book brings us all the benefit of her hard-won experience and applied faith, and will be an essential resource for all concerned to live the whole of their lives to God’s glory and for the healing of his creation.- Peter Harris, A Rocha on ‘L’ is for Lifestyle
Offers a challenge that none of us can ignore. Buy it, read it, and make a difference.- Elaine Storkey, Theologian, author and social scientist on ‘L’ is for Lifestyle
Thanks to Ruth Valerio we have a new resource to help us live better, more just, more beautiful lives.- Shane Claiborne, author and activist on Just Living
Prophetic . . . an important book, as key as Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger was forty years ago.- The Reader on Just Living
A book that is as inspiring as it is challenging.- Methodist Recorder on Just Living
An enjoyable and informative read. [Ruth] cheerfully guides the reader through the different sections of the book in a down-to-earth kind of way, which is appealing.- Together Magazine on Just Living