What is lent?

This article [used by permission of the late author] provides a brief explanation of the meaning behind Ash Wednesday, the season of Lent., Good Friday, and Easter. Whether the litigurical calendar is new to you or very familiar already, this resource can help you prepare your mind for the Lenten season.

 

lenten practices Calendar for families

These activities, created by Traci Smith, are based on the traditional "3 Pillars" of Lent: PRAYER [P], FASTING [F], AND SERVICE [S]. The pillars are rotated throughout Lent with simple activities for the entire family. On the days of prayer, use the word provided to inspire a prayer to write, draw, or sing. All of the activities listed on the calendar are suggestions. Feel free to modify them to best fit your own family's needs.

CRM Lenten Daily Devotional

NewSong has been partnering with CRM for many years of ministry. Each year for Lent, CRM creates a great daily devotional guide to help you focus your studies. They are offering a daily email devotional for Holy Week starting on Palm Sunday and concluding on Easter Sunday. Click the button below to sign up for these emails or check out CRM's blog for more information.

WORLD VISION LENTEN DEVOTIONAL FOR INDIVIDUALS AND LIFEGROUPS

This devotional from World Vision explores the idea of Jesus as “living water” for our thirsty souls. It examines six stories from the Gospel of John to see how the Lord wants us to join Him in sharing the gift of water with those in need, both literally and figuratively. "We are dust, and to dust we will return. But we can be renewed when we drink—and share—God’s living water," says the devotional.

Team James 1:27 Lenten Devotional

In partnership with Traffick Free Pomona (TFP), you are invited to join Team James 1:27 in following a Lenten devotional—40 Days for Freedom—dedicated to ending modern-day slavery.

Also, please consider joining our Team James Ministry all year round as we work to make a difference locally, nationally, and globally. For more information, please contact Evelyne Marmolejo at evelyne_kim@hotmail.com.

Please note: All of the above materials are used by permission of the author or publisher.