Tag Archives: Discipline

The Beginning and End of Lenten Disciplines

Today is Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent, which is a period of 40 days (not counting Sundays) until Easter. Traditionally, Christians (as least in the liturgical denominations) have given up something for Lent to participate in and better understand … Continue reading

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My Journey of Lent

The journey of Lent is personal for each Christian. In fact, some Christians aren’t even aware of what Lent is, what it means. It should be a journey of drawing closer to Christ, of understanding His sacrifice. Yet so often … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Physical and Spiritual Discipline

It is a beautiful sunny day here in Oregon, which is a nice change from the cold and rain we have been experiencing since what seems like forever. Earlier in the day I sat down to write my post for … Continue reading

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Do Not Judge

This post has been wandering around in my head for several weeks. This morning I told a friend that I had been arguing with God about posting it, and she replied, “You know better than that, just let Him write it.” … Continue reading

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The Discipline of Gratitude

Wednesday of this week was Ash Wednesday, and so we are now in the season of Lent. Though many people think that Lent is something only Catholics observe, I have learned that it is prominent in other churches as well, … Continue reading

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