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St. Martins Episcopal Church, Lenten Meditations 2011

St. Martins Episcopal Church, Lenten Meditations 2011

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A book of meditations on scripture for Lent 2011, written by members of St. Martin's Episcopal Church.
A book of meditations on scripture for Lent 2011, written by members of St. Martin's Episcopal Church.

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Published by: St. Martin's Episcopal Church on Mar 07, 2011
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A Lenten Blessing
lessed. That‘s the word that comes to mind when I think of how I feel to have
been a part of this booklet you now hold in your hands. I hope if you submitteda meditation that now resides in these pages, you were blessed as well in taking thetime to write one.When I was approached to take on this project, I did so enthusiastically. Then thereality of it set in -- it was being started much later this year than it was last year.Although Lent begins late this year, it was still going to be a bit daunting to get itcompleted in time. I was going to have to set rather tight deadlines and hope thatthe kind people
of St. Martin‘s
were listening! And listen, you did. You listenedwhen it was time to sign up. You
―listened‖ and re
sponded to my emails and phonecalls with both enthusiasm and uncertainty. You listened to me when I called outfor more volunteers.And then the meditations begin to appear in my inbox. It was always a joy to openand read what had been chosen for each assigned day. I felt privileged to be one of the first to read each work. On the following pages you will read meditationswritten by youth, college students, full-time employees, stay-at-home parents,grandparents, retirees, and the list goes on. Thank you to each and every one whoparticipated in this project, from its inception to its completion.During the Ash Wednesday service which marks the beginning of Lent, we are
invited to read and meditate on God‘s holy Word. I invite you to use this book 
let asa tool. May you be blessed in your Lenten journey.Peace,Michelle Trieschmann 
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