The Lectio Letter - Issue #13 - Becoming Mature Christians by dealing with our pain rather than transmitting it
“It is what you read when you don’t have to that determines what you will be when you can’t help it.” – Oscar Wilde
Welcome to Issue #13 of the Lectio Letter. A newsletter filled with suggestions, links and at least one article by me every two weeks.
We are bracing for some wet and windy weather here in the next few days in Cape Town. I hope that whatever weather you are experiencing, you can find some time to enjoy this issue of the Lectio Letter. The Article this time is on “Becoming Mature Christians by dealing with our pain rather than transmitting it”, a music recommendation from Son Little, a film; “Just Mercy” on the injustice of the justice system in the US and a chicken noodle soup recipe.
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Dealing with Pain...
Becoming Mature Christians by dealing with our pain rather than transmitting it
We are only halfway through this year, but I can tell that one book I have read so far will easily be in the top 3. It is a book that has spoken into my season of life and contained deep wisdom and a unique invitation to maturity. It is a book written for the “middle of life”; someone encouraged me to read it as an encouragement into Christian maturity for those between 30-60 and it has been a deep inspiration.
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