RENEWAL PROJECT READINGS & PRAYER
WEEK 7 : FEB 11 -17
The Season of Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, February 14 until March 25.
What is Lent? Since at least the fourth century AD, some Christian traditions have set aside the 40 days (minus Sundays) leading up to Easter as “Lent”—a season of fasting, moderation, forms of selfdenial, repentance, and/or practicing specific spiritual disciplines. The season and its symbols aren’t anything magical or mystical; they’re simply a reminder of Jesus’ own suffering, and of Christians’ desperate need for, and reliance on, God and his gospel.
Day 1: Exodus 33
Day 2: Exodus 34
Day 3: Psalm 91
Day 4: Exodus 35
Day 5: Leviticus 16
DAILY PRAYER FOR CTK
● Pray that the light of Jesus would penetrate even the darkest places
● Pray for those who are sharing the light of Christ in hard places around the
● Pray for brothers and sisters around the world, who are on the “front lines”
of darkness in ways that you aren’t
● Pray against attacks, evil, and darkness, coming against light
● Pray for joy in Christ, even for those who face suffering and persecution
Join Biola University-Center for Christianity and the Cultural Art’s popular Lent Project, an online resource of aesthetically rich daily meditations throughout the Lenten season. Beginning on ASH WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14th, each day's meditation includes scripture, art, video, music, and a written reflection.
Augusta Missional Community - Tuesdays 5:45pm - 507 Cambridge Way, Augusta, GA 30907
Evans Missional Community - Wednesdays 5:45pm - 2038 Magnolia Parkway, Grovetown GA 30813
Smaller, same gender groups that meet up throughout the week to study the Bible, pray together and hold one another up in the grace and mercy of the Gospel. If you need help connecting with a DNA please contact Kevin Figgins or Lance Cheely for men's groups and Tara Figgins for womens.
2/18/18 Kid’s Ministry Volunteers- Abby Wiggington, Seanette Epley, Ashtyn Figgins, Lance Cheely (extra)