Migration

I am sharing this on behalf of my friend, the Reverend Michaela Youngson, one of the Chairs of the London District of the Methodist Church, and a regular contributor to Radio 2’s Thought for the Day (or Micky, as we know her).

“6 Bible studies on themes of migration – for use anytime. They would work well in Lent or anytime you want a series. Each includes a quote from John or Charles Wesley, as well as Bible passages and reflections from six writers. The pack comes with a liturgy which can be used with each study or as a resource for public worship.”

I know many of my followers are friends from my time abroad and who are on their own journey and I hope they will be able to share and use this resource.

https://www.movingstorieslondon.com/biblestudies

 

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