Lent's a good time to be more intentional about your prayer life, so perhaps one of more of these items will be helpful to you on your Lenten journey. (They're on the round table as you come into church, so help yourself -- and share them with others, if you'd like.)
"Psalms for Lent: Devotions for the Sacred Season" -- a daily devotional
"Mary Oliver and the Poetry of Lent" -- a weekly devotional
Bookmarks with the Lenten worship schedule through Holy Week & Easter
Key tags -- a little reminder of this season to go on your key ring
Lenten Prayers for Hungry People -- Readings, prayers, and actions from Bread for the World
Here are a few devotional resources you might find helpful during Lent and beyond.
Sacred Space is a joint venture of the Irish Jesuits and Loyola Press. You can find it online at sacredspace.ie. I tend to buy the printed version each year. It starts in Advent and goes through the church year. It’s the devotional practice I’m most faithful to. If I’m going to be away, I just tear out the pages for the days I’ll be gone.
Daily Devotional is an online devotion produced by the United Church of Christ. You can subscribe to it at firstname.lastname@example.org. I like it because it’s short, down-to-earth, timely, and includes some of my favorite writers – like Mary Luti and Quinn Caldwell. And it just shows up in my email each day.
God Pause is a daily devotion written by Luther Seminary faculty and students, and it most often focuses on a verse of a hymn and a bit of scripture. They’re offering an Advent daily devotional, “Joy to the World,” and you can subscribe at luthersem.edu.
Franciscan Richard Rohr offers “Daily Meditations and Weekly Summaries [that] explore the contemplative foundations of Christianity.” I like his perspective on faith and his theology around non-dualistic thinking. Go to Rohr’s Center for Action and Contemplation to subscribe: cac.org.