menu

Lent Post Round-Up! A Progressive Christian Lent at Patheos

Lent Post Round-Up! A Progressive Christian Lent at Patheos February 9, 2016

“God needs nothing, asks nothing, and demands nothing, like the stars. It is life with God which demands these things… You do not have to sit outside in the dark. If, however, you want to look at the stars, you will find that darkness in necessary. But the stars neither require nor demand it.” — Annie Dillard

shutterstock_372044056

Another Lenten season begins this week, bringing with it another chance to turn our hearts and minds toward a deeper relationship with our God. We may fast, we may intensify our prayer life, we may repent, we may take on a specific spiritual practice — all in the service of letting go of what distracts us from drawing closer to the source of Love.

Here at the Progressive Christian Channel, our faithful pastors, scholars, spiritual directors, and everyday folk will be blogging through the season, and we”ll keep a link round-up live here so you can keep up with all the great posts at Patheos! Blessings on your own sacred Lenten journey toward the Cross.

What is Ash Wednesday?  — Patheos Editors

What is Lent? — Patheos Editors

A Little Fat Tuesday/Ash Wednesday Reading from Accidental Saints — Nadia Bolz-Weber

Ash Wednesday: Meditations on Beauty and Mortality — Bruce G. Epperly

Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust — Jill Crainshaw

Ash Wednesday: Repentance and Solidarity with the Crucified — Morgan Guyton

Ash Wednesday from a Mexican-American Perspective — Kyle Roberts

What’s For Lent? — Jack Levison

A Different Kind of Fast: A Seven-Week Series for Lent — Christine Valters Paintner

Fasting for Lent (or Otherwise) — J. R. Daniel Kirk

Wait, I Gave up What for Lent? The Ash-Wednesday Hangover — Tim Suttle

Fasting in the Midst of Plenty — J. R. Daniel Kirk

A Lenten Fast of Embodied Solidarity and True Reconciliation — Morgan Guyton

Fast of Embodied Solidarity — Alicia Crosby

The Sweet and Sour Soup of Lent — Dwight Lee Wolter

“Doing” Lent — Lelanda Lee

Soot, Stones and Stewardship: A Homily for the First Sunday of Lent — Anna Howell

Lent, My Parents, and the Voices in Your Head — Adam Ericksen

A Question About Giving Up — Kara Lawler

More Lent at Patheos

 

Photo: Shutterstock.com

 

 

 


Browse Our Archives