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Free church resources & sermon notes for Lent 2014

By Alexandra Khan | 29 January 2014

Free church resources & sermon notes for Lent 2014


Lent has formed part of many church traditions for centuries, as we take the time to remember Jesus' sacrifice for all mankind. Traditionally Lent is marked by giving something up, but for the past three years we've seen people awaken to a new idea: that we can reflect something of God's incredible generosity on the cross by creating a daily habit of generosity throughout Lent.
Whether your church usually observes Lent or not, we invite you to join us for 40acts Together. This free seven-week, downloadable series will include full sermon notes for each week, event planners and promotional activities to help your congregation get to grips with generosity, and reach out into their community during Lent and beyond. Download the sermon outline, and you'll get a preview of the resources.


Sign up for 40acts Together as a church leader and you'll receive:

- full sermon notes for each week - an event planner and weekly emails to inspire you - posters and postcards to put up and give away in your community - the daily 40acts emails with reflections from high profile contributors from the Christian community
Contributing this year: Rob Parsons (Care for the Family), Mike Pilavachi (Soul Survivor), Shaun King (HopeMob), Krish Kandiah (Evangelical Alliance), Luke Smith (Fusion UK), Dot Tyler (Tearfund), Jonty Langley (Huffington Post), Caleb Meakins (My 40 Days), Sam Gibb (Sorted Magazine), Charlie Blythe (A21 Campaign, Hillsong) and many more. Head to the 40acts website and select your group from the list. You can sign up as a group leader, and the resources will be available to download for free from Feb 10th.


sign up for 40acts 2014 as a church leader

Posted by Alexandra Khan

Alexandra is a digital marketing executive for Stewardship. Originally trained in music, she went on to spend a few years in the videogames industry before making the leap to the NFP sector. Follow her on Twitter: @alxkhn


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