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Creating a new Lenten tradition

Creating a Lenten “wreath” adapts the practice of lighting an Advent wreath and deepen one’s journey to the Good Friday cross.

‘We refuse to be enemies’

Just in time for Lent, World Mission’s Office for the Middle East and Europe will re-release the film “Who Will Roll the Stone Away?”

The power of solitude

Carving out some quiet time each day is a time-honored spiritual practice to be fully present to God and calm the spirit.

Word rocks share the faith

A church member painted rocks with words of faith and inspiration and hid them out in public for people to find and enjoy.

Digital Lenten devotional designed for youth, young adults and adult youth workers

The Office of Presbyterian Youth and Triennium, in coordination with its ecumenical partners, is announcing a 2021 Lent and Easter daily devotion series titled “Journey to the Cross.” Available through a phone app (d365 daily devotionals) and website,, it was created for youth, young adults, and anyone interested in practicing prayer and daily biblical reading and reflection.

It’s time to right the wrongs

The hardest part in seeking God’s forgiveness is working toward restoration of the wrongs we have done, but God’s grace helps us achieve this.

Experience ‘Fury and Grace,’ a podcast from prison

The recently released book, “Fury and Grace: 40 Days of Paintings and Poetry from Prison,” edited by the Rev. Riley Pickett and the Revs. Layne and Crawford Brubaker, is now a podcast, too.