Join Lutheran Campus Ministry for a time of fellowship and dwelling in God’s Word! On Monday mornings through April 24th, we’ll gather in room 234 of the SUB for Lectio Divina, which is a contemplative prayer practice that invites us deep into God’s Word. At each session, we’ll engage a particular passage from Scripture (following what is known as the Narrative Lectionary) and read it four times through. After each reading, we’ll take time to reflect and share our thoughts, questions, and prayers.
What’s lovely about this practice is that it creates an opportunity to be in conversation with God and with one another. More so, you don’t have to be a biblical scholar or come prepared in advance. All you have to do is come with a willingness to engage the text. And if that sounds intimidating, know that we’re a really friendly group and that there is no pressure to share. This is sheer invitation. 🙂
It truly is a nice way to begin the week! So if you’re able to join us, please come when you can and leave when you must. And if you have any questions, you are welcome to reach out to me.
If you’re not able to meet at 10:00 on Monday mornings, but would like to get together with me for coffee or something just let me know when might work for you!
P.S. You’re welcome to bring your Bible with you or feel free to simply show up because I will have printed copies of the reading available as well.