What would you ask for? Lent Lunch study Matthew 20:17-28

Last week I led one of our Lent Lunches, which run for an hour in our coffee shop each Wednesday. I chose to look at a passage from Matthew where after once again announcing his approaching Passion, the mother of James and John kneels at Jesus feet and makes a special request.

The study not only tries to delve into what we might ask for if we knelt at Jesus feet, but  it also asks us to consider ideas around leadership, not only in the light of the current situations in North Africa and elsewhere, but in the context of being a parish in vacancy interviewing for a new vicar this week.

If you think this sounds like it might help inspire your prayers or study, you’re welcome to take a look: Lent Lunch 2011 Matt 20v17-28

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About ramtopsrac

Church of England Priest, child of God, daughter of the New Forest, wife and mother.
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