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Lent Resources

Lent holds significant importance in many Christian traditions as a period of reflection, repentance, and spiritual preparation leading up to Easter. It serves as a time for believers to engage in self-discipline, fasting, and prayer, fostering a deeper connection with their faith. The 40-day duration of Lent symbolizes the period Jesus spent fasting in the wilderness, making it a meaningful and solemn observance for Christians worldwide.

Stations of the Cross

Crucified Savior, accept this short meditation on Your passion and death as a sign of my love and gratitude. You sent Your Holy Spirit as Your first gift to those who believe. Help me to welcome the Spirit into my life so that I may follow in Your footsteps and the victory of Your resurrection may grow in me. Together with my fellow believers, let me come frequently to the table of the Lord and receive Your most holy Body and Blood. I ask You to bless the good resolutions I have made. Jesus, for You I live. Jesus, for You I die. Jesus, I am Yours in life and in death. Amen.

Pray the Stations of the Cross

Revised Common Lectionary Readings

Hymn Medley with Maverick City

Listen to Faculty and Staff Easter Favorites

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