How To Use Where Jesus Prayed for Lent

Hello friends! A few people have mentioned that they are using my latest book as a Lent devotional, which is lovely to hear. And, per my post last week, you know I believe it’s not too late to start up a Lent devotional! The book has 20 chapters, which means you can begin by reading a chapter a day as late as Monday, March 7th and end on Easter morning. Procrastinators unite! Or, you can start now and give yourself a few grace period days! Easy.

Anyway, I thought I’d offer one way of working through the book non-chronologically in preparation for Holy Week and Easter, which actually works quite well. Here it is:

  1. Arbel Cliff
  2. The Basilica of the Annunciation
  3. Church of the Nativity
  4. Shepherd’s Field
  5. The Church of St. Joseph
  6. The Church of St. Peter’s House
  7. The Church of the Multiplication
  8. The Church of the Beatitudes
  9. The Sea of Galilee
  10. The Church of St. Anne
  11. Caesarea Philippi/Banias
  12. The Mount of Olives
  13. The Church of All Nations
  14. Via Dolorosa
  15. The Church of the Holy Sepulchre
  16. Megiddo
  17. The Church of St. Peter in Gallicantu
  18. Magdala
  19. The Church of St. Peter’s Primacy
  20. Caesarea Maritima

If you do choose to work through the book for Lent, I would love to hear how it goes! Leave me a comment or send me an email. And if you’re doing it with a group, I’d be happy to Skype in and talk with you all about it, as well. :)

Add Your Voice!

Your email address will not be published.

Facebook IconTwitter Icon