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Ruth: Drawing on a Deeper Love

How shall we live? How shall we love? For Christians, it’s the same question.

As intricate as a Fabergé egg, as multi-layered as an onion, Ruth is the story of ordinary people working out how to live in God’s loving ways through agonising personal circumstances.

It’s also an account of how the God of love works through faithful people to fulfil his purposes for them, for their nation, and indeed for all humankind.

In this six-session guide, Mark Greene’s astute questions, mini-features, and contemporary stories will help you to appreciate the book’s drama, wonder afresh at the Lord’s grace, and find inspiration and encouragement for all of life, Monday to Sunday.

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Perfect for individual study or small groups. ‘Ruth: Drawing on a Deeper Love’ is available for immediate download as an eBook for £2 – ideal for using remotely. Hard copies are available for £4.99 each, or five for £18. Why not use Ruth as your next small group study?

Ruth | Additional Content

Download and view additional content by Mark Greene to help you delve deeper into the book of Ruth.


‘Stories speak! And these superb studies bring out the wow factor in the Ruth story and the somewhat scary challenges of the book’s compelling message.’

– Mary Evans, former Vice-Principal of the London School of Theology and visiting Old Testament Lecturer at the Ethiopian Graduate School of Theology



About the Author


Ex-NYC adman, ex-Vice Principal of the London School of Theology, and graduate in Hebrew, Mark has been LICC’s Executive Director since 1999. A pioneer champion of workplace ministry and whole-life discipleship, his books include Thank God it’s MondayFruitfulness on the FrontlineProbably the Best Idea in the World and, with Catherine Butcher, the million-copy selling The Servant Queen and the King She Serves.

He’s married to Katriina and they have three joyously different young adult children. Mark loves fiction and films and does a reasonable imitation of Rowan Atkinson and an unrecognisable one of Sean Connery. His wife wishes it were the other way around. His children wish he wouldn’t do either.