Lent 2012 Consumer Detox

This coming Lent, the Breath network invite you to “take a journey with others towards less stuff and more life.” Breathe network has produced a resource to help groups use Lent 2012 to detox from consumerism. During Lent you can also follow a daily blog, hear online talks and join others reading Consumer Detox by Mark Powley.

The Detox is available here. It includes:

  • Creative and challenging small group activities, with Bible discussion suggestions
  • Inspiration from a daily Lent blog and online talks
  • Or read through Consumer Detox by Mark Powley (Zondervan 2010)

Daily blog: www.consumerdetox.wordpress.com
Online talks: www.stgeorgesleeds.org.uk (28th Feb & 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th March)
Sample chapters of Consumer Detox: available on the Zondervan website

“Consumer Detox tackles one of the most important challenges facing Christian discipleship in the west today. If the church took this agenda seriously, it could make a big difference.”

Dr Graham Tomlin, Dean of St Mellitus College, author of The Provocative Church

the 2012 Lent Consumer Detox.

The Detox is attached and available here. It includes:

·         Creative and challenging small group activities, with Bible discussion suggestions

·         Inspiration from a daily Lent blog and online talks

·         Or read through Consumer Detox by Mark Powley (Zondervan 2010)

Would you be willing to help others know about this?

If yes, please forward this email to any churches near you, or to any small group leaders you know. Help us spread the word about the Detox, and join us on the journey this Lent if you can.

“Consumer Detox tackles one of the most important challenges facing Christian discipleship in the west today. If the church took this agenda seriously, it could make a big difference.”

Dr Graham Tomlin, Dean of St Mellitus College, author of The Provocative Church

We hope you can join in. It’s the journey through the wilderness that makes freedom possible. Or, if you like, ‘less stuff more life’.

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