- How do we bring about reconciliation?
- Who is responsible for bringing about world peace?
- Who should feed the hungry?
- What happens when attempts at reconciliation fail?
- How do we cope with failure?
These are some of the questions that were explored in the Lent course for 2011: The Unreconciled, which continued our partnership with BBC Radio. Beginning with the Sunday before Lent / Ash Wednesday, we reflected on our journey on what God has done for us in the crucifixion, death and resurrection of His Son, Jesus Christ.
Because, in 2011, we are celebrating the 400th anniversary of the King James Version of the Bible, each resource has a special emphasis on how Scripture helps us to understand the plight of unreconciled people and our hope in Jesus Christ.
Each week began with Sunday Worship on BBC Radio 4 (0810-0850), complemented by additional programmes on the Daily Service (0945-1000 BBC R4 LW), and Sunday morning BBC local radio programmes carried special items based on the themes of the course.
BBC Radio 4 Sunday Worship
Each week started with Sunday Worship at 0810 on BBC Radio 4. More >>
BBC Radio 4 Daily Service
There were readings and prayers from The Daily Service at 0945 on BBC Radio 4 (198 Long Wave) More >>
There were related Sunday morning programmes across the BBC's network of 39 BBC local radio stations, listed in the Religion and Ethics section of your BBC Local website.
Each week's study material covers a different theme related to The Unreconciled:
Ash Wednesday / Sunday before Lent - Order and disorder in the world (PDF, 400k)
Y Sul cyn y Garawys – 6 Mawrth 2011 /
Dydd Mercher y Lludw – 9 Mawrth 2011 (PDF, 115k)
(Please note these are large files - see download guide)
We have three extra resources available for use during Holy Week. More >>
Churches Together Connect
Discuss your Lenten journey on Churches Together Connect. Go
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