"Meditations with Grégory Turpin": A spiritual journey of 40 days before Easter

Grégory Turpin offers a 40-day retreat to advance on the Easter path which will begin on Ash Wednesday. 

Areference Christian rtist whose vocation is to proclaim Christ through music, Grégory Turpin offers a 40-day course to advance on the Easter path. A truly retreat which will start on Ash Wednesday (Wednesday April 17) and will consist of a video podcast, sent out every Saturday with daily messages of encouragement which will also be available in audio version.

This route, access to an encounter with the figure of the Father, tackles new themes with a progression towards this paternal anointing to be discovered and received. It was reread by priests to be on every point at the theological level.

Initially, it is a question of a demining on the lack of the terrestrial father, the wounds of the father and the necessary dissociation between this terrestrial father and the Heavenly Father. The course also addresses the notion of the orphan spirit which affects many Christians who have not yet had a real encounter with God as Father. He then focuses on the famous Our Father prayer, broken down over a week. The last part of the journey, which takes place during Holy Week, focuses on the relationship that Jesus has with his Father and the revelation of this divine filiation.

Each message ends with a concrete spiritual action to grow in this filial adoption. At the same time, Grégory Turpin makes himself available to participants and offers those who wish personalized support on WhatsApp.

For those who would like to go further, at the end of this 40-day retreat will be released the singer's new book entitled "What I discovered about the Father" available in bookstores from April 29 and now for pre-order by clicking here.

You can sign up for this 40-day Father's Love Retreat here..

Camille Westphal Perrier

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