Lenten reflections


Let Us Keep the Feast 5

Today’s post is from my dear friend Kristin. Know her. Love her. Holy Week, for me, brings to mind the quiet power of tables. In my childhood church, we gathered around long tables on Maundy Thursday, to share a Passover meal. We were United Methodist, and our tables were spread […]


Treasure Under Our Noses 2

Please welcome my dear friend Dulce Chale for this week’s Lenten Reflection. What a marvel this woman is. Back in my smug adolescence, I had a rather indulgent attitude toward the 23rd Psalm. Sure, it was a favorite of grannies everywhere, but it just seemed so obvious, you know? I […]


Lentish With Jessica Bowman 8

I have an evangelical confession to make. I’m not proud of it, and yet in another, probably less mature way, I sort of am, also. I’ve never observed Lent. Ever. There, I said it. Now, in my defense, my Southern Baptist upbringing is mostly to blame. The land of “saved […]