Jan31

9 Lenten Terms You Should Know

Definitions for 9 basic Lent terms that will help you understand the purpose and significance of the season.

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Jan31

What are Ash Wednesday and Lent All About?

The season of Lent begins on Ash Wednesday and runs through to Easter. Like Advent before Christmas, Lent is a time of preparation for an important Christian celebration.

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Jan31

Three Reasons Why Evangelicals Observe Lent

More evangelicals are observing Lent because they value a season to remember the cross, find purpose in fasting, and have a renewed interest in the liturgical calendar.

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Jan31

Lent in the Christian Reformed Church Tradition

Today Devotional is produced by ReFrame Media, a ministry of the Christian Reformed Church (CRC). Lent in the CRC has changed over time, but today, the CRC focuses less on the things we do during Lent and more on the symbolic elements of Lent—the liturgy, visuals, and music designed to tune our hearts and minds to hear the message Lent communicates: our need for the cross and the hope of the resurrection.

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Jan31

Following Jesus: Lessons from Luke

Our February theme for the Today devotions, written by Pastor Reggie Smith, is “Following Jesus: Lessons from Luke.”

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Dec31

The Whole Bible—Old and New Testaments

This month our Today readings take us through a variety of Bible passages to show how the Old and New Testaments are closely related. It’s not just 66 separate books with a variety of authors. Our theme this month is “The Whole Bible—Old and New Testaments”

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Dec11

Devotions for a Blue Christmas

For many people, Christmas is a time for family, giving, and happiness. But, for some the “most wonderful time of the year” is anything but wonderful. For them “blue Christmas” for is real. Here is a selection of devotions to help you see God’s presence in your circumstances during the holidays.

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Dec08

Devotions for Christmas Morning

  • Deep down we remember that the greatest Christmas present of all is Christ. Yet, the busyness, buying, and giving of the Christmas season can drown that out. Savor God’s greatest gift this year by sharing one of these devotional selections with your loved ones on Christmas morning.

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Dec07

What is an Advent Wreath?

Have you ever wondered what Advent wreaths are really all about? Advent wreaths symbolize God's unending love, His gift of eternal life, and the season of hope, peace, joy, and love that commemorates Christ's coming and anticipates His hoped-for return.

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