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Let Us Keep the Feast: Living the Church Year at Home (Epiphany and Lent)

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About The Series Modern life is fast-paced. Even worse, it's often chaotic and confused. But it doesn't have to be that way. Our days and our weeks are part of God's created order; the sun setting and rising, the regular shift from work to rest: all of these form a rhythm for our lives, a rhythm that the church has historically observed through a set calendar of feasts and ...more
Paperback, 68 pages
Published December 2nd 2013 by Doulos Resources
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Spencer Cummins
Dec 23, 2013 rated it really liked it
This slender volume on Epiphany and Lent is a welcome addition to the literature we have on these pivotal times in the church calendar. Jessica Snell alongside Anna Moseley Gissing and Cate MacDonald have put together some beautiful chapters on the meaning, significance, and some practical suggestions for celebrating Epiphany and Lent. I was particularly happy that these talented women spoke about specific ways the family can celebrate these events by acting out the stories, completing a recipe, ...more
Dec 08, 2013 rated it liked it
The most unique facet of this book is the inclusion of scriptures to memorize along with the prayers for each season. This a very valuable tool and great bonus for young families who want to use scripture and prayers with their children but do not have time to do their own studying.

I would highly recommend this book for anyone who is not familiar with Epiphany or Lent at all as well as anyone with children who is looking for a very basic resource for their family. The book is written in simple
Marcie Eubanks
Jan 19, 2014 rated it really liked it
Another great volume in this series. I'm fairly new to observing the Church Year, so this book helped me to understand Epiphany. I have enjoyed focusingg on the life of Jesus, reading Bible stories of Jesus' life to my children. It has given me a focus during what has in the past been a period of waiting between Christmas and Lent.
In the section on Lent, I appreciated the information on fasting. I especially liked the information about helping little children understand and participate in
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