IFD271 – The Miracles of Jesus: A Lenten eRetreat
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Wessel Bentley invites you to consider the needs, challenges, hurts, or hopes you share with the people Jesus healed and transformed. Journey from Ash Wednesday to Easter exploring the miracles of Jesus and what they say to you today. The Gospel accounts of Jesus’ miracles provide the foundation for daily reflection. Join in online anytime from anywhere alone or with a group of friends.
Our eRetreat offers:
- Daily scripture, devotional, and prayer to guide you through Lent
- Optional group discussion weekly with others involved in this eRetreat
- Creative reflection exercises to help you take in what you are learning
All essential content from The Miracles of Jesus is included in the online retreat. If you would like to purchase a paper copy of the book, a 20% discount is available when these books are purchased through the Upper Room bookstore (via phone or online).
Sharon Conley Cottingham
Sharon has worked at The Upper Room since 2005. Much of that time has included involvement with some aspect of Companions in Christ® –leading training events, working with training teams, marketing Companions resources, developing the Companions websites, even serving with a Companions training team in South Africa. Currently, Sharon’s work at the Upper Room is focused on eLearning and broadly connected to all Upper Room resources. She creates, leads, and develops online learning programs that feature Upper Room Books, Magazines, and Programs.
Before joining the staff at The Upper Room, Sharon worked with college students at Florida Atlantic University and graduate students at Vanderbilt University with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. While working with IVCF, she completed her Master of Arts in Theological Studies at Regent College (Vancouver, BC) both through their extension program and while on sabbatical in Vancouver.
Sharon is very happy these days to live in Nashville in a little house just a mile from 2,600 acres of preserved hiking land. She lives there with her husband Stephen (an Elder in the United Methodist Church). She enjoys visiting family in South Florida, hiking and biking the hills of Tennessee, traveling with Stephen, and growing more flexible via her yoga class.