Last Sunday Kellye Fabian shared with us about the important Lenten theme of repentance. Be sure to read all about it here. In order to help you go deeper we thought we’d share a recommended reading list, including some of our favorite resources on repentance to aid you in your spiritual formation.
Check back soon for the message audio and more resources throughout the rest of Lent!
Grace and Peace,
Jenna and The Practice Team
- The Grace of Repentance by Sinclair B. Ferguson
In concise and clear language, professor of systematic theology Sinclair B. Ferguson unpacks the doctrine of repentance in this convicting and easy read. A great book to take you deeper into the theology of repentance.
- The Language of Lent by Frederick Schmidt
This article unpacks repentance beautifully in the context of Lent, focusing on it as the beginning of healing and transformation in our relationship with God.
- What Does True Repentance Look Like? by Dan Allender
Check out this wonderful short video by one of my favorite counselors – Dr. Dan Allender is a prominent Christian therapist, author, professor, and speaker focusing on sexual abuse and trauma recovery. In this short video his wealth of wisdom pours through as he unpacks what true repentance looks like.
- White As Snow by John Foreman
Finally I have to recommend one of my favorite songs by Jon Foreman, entitled “White As Snow.” He took the beauty of Psalm 51 and put it to beautiful music, it is a gorgeous soundtrack of repentance – something I listen to regularly with the prayer “wash me white as snow” on my heart.