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  • 04.16.2014 [Article]

    A Cruciform Journey into the Cruciform God

    A journey into God may be the best way to describe Lent and Holy Week. Of course, it is also the best description of the Christian life. In Paul’s words, we are to “grow up in every way into him who is the head, into Christ” (Eph. 4:15). Peter frames it more boldly; we are […]

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  • 04.09.2014 [eReflections]

    The Practice of Keeping Vigil During Holy Week

    Scripture for Good Friday (April 18, 2014): Isaiah 52:13-53:12; Psalm 22; Hebrews 10:16-25; John 18:1-19:42 “Who can stay awake in this night of God? Who will not be as if paralyzed by it? Christ’s struggle was with God. This was his real agony. He overcame it through his self-surrender. That was his victory, and our hope.”  […]

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  • 03.24.2014 [eReflections]

    Season of Returning: Rain at Winter’s End

    “Look, a little cloud no bigger than a person’s hand is rising out of the sea!” —I Kings 18:44 I love the way the rain comes at winter’s end hosing down the sooty earth, washing away the dirt that comes from who-knows-where. Oh God, I need a cleansing rain in my life, sullied as I […]

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  • 03.21.2014 [In The Media]

    Sacred Rhythms Now Available in Indonesian

    The Transforming Center is thrilled to announce that Dr. Ruth Haley Barton’s book, Sacred Rhythms: Arranging Our Lives for Spiritual Transformation has recently been translated into its fifth language since being released in 2006 by InterVarsity Press. The book is now available in Indonesian; learn more about how to purchase the edition here. Other Transforming Resources have been translated […]

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  • An Invitation to Walk With Christ on Good Friday

    Prayerfully walking through the stations of the cross is one way we can keep vigil with Christ during these holy days, and as a part of our Holy Week observance we are inviting you to keep vigil through our Stations of the Cross Prayer Guide. Traditionally, there are fourteen Stations of the Cross—most of them taken […]

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