Daily Devotional


  • Making the Road: Walking through Lent (Sunday, April 17, Luke 24:13-35 )

    The risen Christ meets two despairing disciples on the road toEmmaus, leaving the Holy City behind. When these disciples brokebread with the man, they thought was a stranger, their eyes wereopened to the joy of this Easter Sunday. Jesus is alive! Our hearts burnwith this good news! These two despairing disciples… Read More

  • Making the Road: Walking through Lent (Saturday, April 16, Luke 23:50-56)

    Despite the bustle of Easter preparations, I’ve always felt that HolySaturday should be slow and quiet — a day of respectful, hushedgrieving as we wait and wonder before the tomb. I imagine Joseph ofArimathea tenderly taking Jesus’ broken body from that disgracefulcross, wrapping his nakedness in clean linen, laying him gently… Read More

  • Making the Road: Walking through Lent (Friday, April 15, Luke 23:44-46)

    Jesus “breathed his last.” The breath that fills our lungs and sendsoxygen to our body and brain means more to us now that we’veexperienced a deadly virus that attacks our respiratory system. Jesus’shuman body relied on this life-giving breath. When his breathceased, his body soon followed. Being fully human meant Jesus… Read More

  • Making the Road: Walking through Lent (Thursday, April 14, Luke 23:39-43)

    “Jesus, remember me, when you come into your kingdom.” Thesewords of Scripture have been arranged into my favorite Taizé hymn“Jesus, Remember Me.” The words repeat like a mantra. Singing thishymn together at the end of a Good Friday service, as the last bit oflight dies in the darkness, is a powerful… Read More

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