Companions in Christ: The Way of Forgiveness : Participant's Book

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Upper Room Books, 2002 - Religion - 117 pages
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The Way of Forgiveness is the second release in the Companions in Christ Series. The Way of Forgiveness uses scripture to guide participants through an eight-week exploration of the forgiven and forgiving life. Always keeping God's grace and our blessedness before us, this resource examines shame, guilt, and anger before turning to forgiveness and reconciliation. The weekly themes include:
-- Living in God's Blessing
-- Releasing Shame and Guilt
-- Facing our Anger
-- Transforming Anger
-- Receiving God's Forgiveness
-- Forgiving Others
-- Seeking Reconciliation
-- Becoming the Beloved Community

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Marjorie Thompson is an ordained minister of the Presbyterian Church USA. She received her Bachelor of Arts in religious studies from Swarthmore College, and her Master of Divinity degree from McCormick Theological Seminary. Following a post-graduate pastoral internship, she became a Research Fellow at Yale Divinity School where she studied Christian spirituality with Henri Nouwen and did independent research in ecumenical traditions of prayer. Marjorie has served as adjunct faculty for several seminaries, including McCormick, Auburn, Wesley, and Vanderbilt Divinity School. She has taught in The Upper Room s Academy for Spiritual Formation, and directed the foundational program for Stillpoint. In 1996, Marjorie joined The Upper Room as Director of the Pathways Center for Spiritual Leadership, now called Pathways for Congregational Spirituality, and has served as chief architect of Companions in Christ. She is the author of Family, The Forming Center and Soul Feast: An Invitation to the Christian Spiritual Life. Her writings have also appeared in Weavings, Worship, The Upper Room Disciplines, and The Abingdon Preacher s Annual. She is a widely sought retreat leader, teacher, and speaker in the area of Christian spirituality. She and her husband John live in Kingston Springs, Tennessee.

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