Bread For The Journey

Overview

Worship involves the senses. The light filtering in from the stained-glass windows, the colors of the vestments, and even the words we read in our Bibles and prayer books fascinate us visually in worship. The sounds of musical instruments and voices raised in song grip us audibly. The feel of the wood on the pews and the altar or the leather on our Bibles can engage our sense of touch. All of these sensations come together to form our worship experience.

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Overview

Worship involves the senses. The light filtering in from the stained-glass windows, the colors of the vestments, and even the words we read in our Bibles and prayer books fascinate us visually in worship. The sounds of musical instruments and voices raised in song grip us audibly. The feel of the wood on the pews and the altar or the leather on our Bibles can engage our sense of touch. All of these sensations come together to form our worship experience.

In Bread for the Journey, Rolf Svanoe has sought to attract our other senses, enhancing our encounter with God. This Lenten worship series offers sermons for Ash Wednesday, each week in Lent, and services for Holy Week and Easter. This book also includes recipes for breads that can be baked and distributed during the services, each scent and taste offering an additional insight into the Lenten worship experience. Whether it is the sweetness of Welcome Bread or the bitterness of Betrayer's Bread, each bread takes us on a journey through the season of Lent, culminating in the death and resurrection of Jesus.

Pastors and other ministers will be able to use this resource to draw their congregations into a deeper and more fulfilling Lenten worship. Bread for the Journey is a resource that will feed a congregation, both spiritually and physically.

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Editorial Reviews

School Library Journal

This charming seasonal worship guide by Svanoe, associate pastor of a Lutheran church in Sioux Falls, SD, differs from the many others like it in that it includes recipes. After all, if a best-selling novel can be crafted from quilt patterns, why not a liturgy from recipes? Different breads-with different degrees of leavening-tell or reinforce different lessons. But Svanoe's errand into the senses does not end there; he wants worshippers to engage with sight, sound, touch, and taste for a full experience both of the sorrows and the joys of Lent and Easter.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780788025075
  • Publisher: CSS Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/1/2008
  • Pages: 88
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.18 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction     7
Ways To Use This Series     9
"Bread For The Journey" Music     13
Ash Wednesday     15
Bread For The Journey
Genesis 3:17-19
"Whatever" Bread Recipe
Lent 1     19
Welcome Bread
Genesis 18:1-16
Children's Sermon
Honey Whole Wheat Bread Recipe
Lent 2     27
Unleavened Bread
Exodus 12:1-11
Children's Sermon
Unleavened Bread Recipe
Sourdough Bread Recipe
Lent 3     37
Daily Bread
Exodus 16:1-21; Luke 11:1-4
Children's Sermon
White Bread Recipes
Lent 4     45
More Than Bread
Deuteronomy 8:1-18; Matthew 4:1-4
Children's Sermon
Buttermilk Cinnamon Raisin Bread Recipe
Orange Almond Bread Recipe
Lent 5     53
Abundant Bread
Mark 6:30-44
Children's Sermon
Honey Barley Wheat Bread Recipe
Maundy Thursday     61
Body Bread
1 Corinthians 11:17-34
Pumpernickel Bread Recipe
Sweet Potato Yeast Bread Recipe
Good Friday     67
Betrayer's Bread
Mark 14:12-22
Herb Bread Recipe
Kalamata Olive Bread Recipe
Easter Day     75
The Bread Of Life
Isaiah 25:6-8; John 6:25-35
Favorite Morning Bread Recipe
Additional Bread Recipes     81
Granary Bread
Sweet Oatmeal Bread
Cake Bread
Whole Wheat Raisin Nut Cinnamon Bread
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