February 5, 2019
The People of Christ's Passion Feature in This Year's Lenten Devotions
Each year the season of Lent reminds us that God did a marvelous work through the life, death, and resurrection of His Son Jesus. This year, our Lenten devotions, People of the Passion, will again help prepare our hearts, as we focus on God's supreme act of love and forgiveness though Jesus.
Written by Dr. Kari Vo, LHM's theological writer, these devotions show God at work through the centuries, as He slowly and patiently unfolds His divine plan of redemption, casting it with characters and events which eventually led to the life, death-and resurrection of His Son Jesus.
These devotions are great for personal and group study; they're also ideal as a pass-along resource for those you know who could use a fresh look at a very familiar story. The story of Christ's passion is one that is timeless in its scope and relevant in our age of fleeting fads and shifting interests.
You can read People of the Passion or hear it as a podcast. During the Lenten season, you can receive these devotions as a daily e-mail, beginning on Ash Wednesday, March 6, 2019. A downloadable version, which includes a large-font text and bulletin inserts, is available, too. Audio begins on March 6 with Dr. Michael Zeigler, Speaker for The Lutheran Hour, reading the devotions. You can click here for more details.
Los personajes de la Pasión, the Spanish-language version, will be available to read or listen online, or as a daily e-mail through the Lenten season beginning March 6, 2019. A customizable print version is now available. Rev. Hector Hoppe supplies the audio. You can click here for more details.
The regular Daily Devotions will resume on Tuesday, April 23, 2019.