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 (Gettysburg)  Gettysburg Seminary Video productions posted a video based introductory Lenten resource on this month entitled “Making the Most Out of Lent” suitable for use in personal spiritual enrichment and educational use for Christian study groups.

The 17 minute primer features the Rev. Dr. Mark Oldenburg, Dean of the Chapel and Steck Miller Professor of the Art of Worship outlining the basic and deepening spiritual practices for Christians in the Lenten time. The resource is available to individuals and congregations for group use. Oldenburg’s introduction to Advent became the seminary’s most watched video production last fall, according to Information Technology Director Donald Redman, acknowledging the clear and concise communication style of the Seminary’s leading worship scholar.

The video is posted on the seminary’s resources web page and directly to youtube at .

More information is available at the Seminary’s web site: , by email at, or by calling (717) 334-6286.    


Posted: 3/8/2011 2:44:12 PM by John Spangler | with 0 comments

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