His book also presents a powerful resource through his impressive knowledge that manages to convey the meaning of Lent without proselytizing.
WEST NYACK, New York (PRWEB) January 13, 2020
Lent begins this year on February 26, Ash Wednesday, and continues each day through Resurrection Sunday, and Pastor Richard Hasselbach, who writes under R. E. Hasselbach, has published his new book that both serves as a tribute to and guidebook for Lent. “A Journey of Repentance, Renewal, and Return: Lent, Day by Day” offers a guide for those seeking spiritual growth during Lent and provides thought-provoking scriptures as well as reflections, prayer, actionable and practical activities and a space for a prayer journal and notes to help Christians prepare for Easter.
Lent is about repentance, change and starting over and second chances. Pastor Hasselbach published his guidebook to help ordinary Christians draw closer to God and to each other during the season of Lent as well as to lead people through a disciplined process of turning back to God and away from the values of the world. His book also presents a powerful resource through his impressive knowledge that manages to convey the meaning of Lent without proselytizing.
“Through my guidebook, I want readers to know they are precious in God’s eyes and redeemed by the Cross of Christ,” said Pastor Hasselbach. “Lent is a special, grace-filled time of repentance, renewal and return to God.”
Rooted in the word of God, “A Journey of Repentance, Renewal, and Return: Lent, Day by Day” seeks to bring readers closer to God, encouraging them to change the way they live. Day by day through Lent, the book invites readers to live more faithfully as Disciples of Christ, trusting in his love and radiating it toward others. To learn more, please visit http://www.journeyofrepentance.com.
“A Journey of Repentance, Renewal, and Return: Lent, Day by Day”
By R. E. Hasselbach
ISBN: 978-1-9736-7761-1 (sc); 978-1-9736-7762-8 (hc); 978-1-9736-7760-4 (e)
Available through ChristianBook.com, WestBow Press, Amazon, Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Pastor Richard Hasselbach, pen name R. E. Hasselbach, is a passionate and astute student of Christian spirituality who writes with insights gained through his forty-year career as a pastor and spiritual director. With degrees in both theology and law, including a Ph.D. from Fordham University and a J.D. from Boston College, Pastor Hasselbach combines his knowledge of the human spirit with his experience of divine goodness. He is currently the pastor of Clarkstown Reformed Church in West Nyack, New York.
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