Travelling with Jesus to Jerusalem
an opportunity in Lent to travel together in the Holy Land –
walking ‘in the steps of Jesus’
An interactive Seminar with Dr Peter Walker for church leaders
When? Tuesdays, 11.45am – 1.00pm (GMT, UK)
How much? Free for church leaders
Starting? Tuesday 16 February for 7 weeks
How do I register? To register, go here
Each week we will be watching a 15-minute Preview Video from the Film Series being produced by Dr Peter Walker to accompany his book In the Steps of Jesus (LionHudson, 2006).
Each episode has been filmed on location in the Holy Land. Together they will give us all an opportunity…
- to imagine Jesus’ teaching and ministry in its original setting
- to sense the barrenness of the desert or the excitement of coming up over the crest of the Mount of Olives
- to discover likely sites for Jesus’ Last Supper, and for his trials before Caiaphas and Pilate
- and to ponder the historical reality of his death and resurrection.
We will go on a journey from the Judean Desert via Jericho, Bethany and the Mount of Olives, to the streets of Jerusalem.
Each episode, though filmed recently on location in each place, focuses as much as possible on the first-century world, giving you accurate and up-to-date scholarly information about how Jesus’ teaching and ministry would have been understood in his own day.
An ideal way for you to be resourced as a church leader during Lent, equipping you with insights from God’s Word to feed to your congregations.
For fuller details, go to: https://mailchi.mp/07db966dfe21/lent_churchleaders
Or Peter’s website: https://walkwaybooks.com/
TRAVELLING WITH JESUS TO JERUSALEM: Lent Course 2021
JESUS’ JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM
Week 1 IN THE DESERT (for Ash Wednesday)
Week 2 IN JERICHO
Week 3 IN BETHANY
JESUS’ JOURNEY TO THE CROSS: The Geography
Week 4 IN THE UPPER ROOM, GETHSEMANE & ON TRIAL: tracing Jesus’ movements
Week 5 AT CALVARY & IN THE TOMB: finding the site of Jesus’ death and resurrection
Week 6 ON THE MT OF OLIVES
JESUS’ JOURNEY TO THE CROSS: The Story
Holy Week THE LONG NIGHT: Walking from the Upper Room to the Midnight Garden