A Journey to the Cross: 40 Days in the Footsteps of Jesus

A Journey to the Cross: 40 Days in the Footsteps of Jesus

 

Easter is right around the corner. In fact, for everyone who observes the Lenten season, it starts next Wednesday, February 26!

Lent is a period of 40 days – beginning on Ash Wednesday and ending on the Thursday before Easter; 40 days (minus the Sundays). Many people fast, read Scripture, and pray – along with other spiritual activities –
in remembrance of the 40 days Jesus spent fasting and praying in the desert as he began his ministry.

Even if you don’t observe this tradition, it’s a great opportunity to draw closer to God and prepare your hearts for Easter.


This year, we’ve created a series to help you do just that! 


Every Monday, beginning February 24, our latest post will come right to your inbox along with special weekly bible readings that include simple reflections for meditation, journaling, or discussion. We’ll even include some ideas and activities to help make this 40 days more meaningful. 


Each week, we’ll focus on a major event in Jesus’ life from the days leading up to the cross and His hope-filled resurrection. 


So get ready to trek through Jerusalem’s dusty streets, courtyards, gardens, upper rooms,  hillsides, and more, together! 

Click here to sign up for the weekly reading plan.

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P.S. If you have friends you’d like to join you in this journey  

 

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Read other posts in this series:

Week 1 – Not Your Average King: Jesus Enters Jerusalem

 

 

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Sardegna on Unsplash

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2 thoughts on “A Journey to the Cross: 40 Days in the Footsteps of Jesus”

  • Ladies- These meditations/devotionals are so rich and bring the story alive! My heart is already being readied to celebrate our risen King! Would you mind if I shared this link on my blog – so others might sign up?

    • Suni, we’re so glad to hear these have been meaningful to you! Yes, please do share on your blog! We do what we do to draw people to a deeper place with God, and the more people we can reach the better. Thank you.

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