Webteam: January 2018
As in recent years, Christian Aid is proposing a self-denial programme this Lent which individuals can undertake. Each day in Lent, there is an action or reflection, with associated (suggested) giving amounts. Christian Aid say,
"As we follow Jesus' journey this Lent, let's confront the wildernesses in our own world. Let's walk with our neighbours — like Dimma, Ibrahim and Sori — who have been forced to flee their homes.
You'll reflect on the blessings in your life, and you'll see how your support gives people hope."
Click here to go to their page, where you can request copies of the guide (there are adult's and children's versions) and find more detail about the campaign.
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