Tag: Lenten Readings

Press On: Monday April 4, 2022

Press On: Paul’s letter to the Philippian Christians reminds them of his reasons for having confidence in the flesh. He reminds his readers of his credentials as a Jewish leader and his background as a persecutor of the heretical Christians. But he then confesses that whatever gains he had he came to regard them as loss. […]

Mondays in Lent: March 22

Each Monday in Lent we are providing a Lenten Reading from the Lamoni Heartland Mission Center Diversity Team. This week’s reflection comes from High Priest Deb Crowley of Northwest Congregation, and LHMC MCP Counselor, Community of Christ.  Our 25 year old son sat at the kitchen counter while I prepped for supper. I teasingly asked […]

Mondays in Lent: March 15

Each Monday in Lent we are providing a Lenten Reading from the Lamoni Heartland Mission Center Diversity Team. This week’s reflection comes from Evangelist Kris Judd of Northwest Congregation, Community of Christ.  Psalm 107:1-3 (The Voice)Erupt with thanks to the Eternal, for He is good    and His loyal love lasts forever. Let all those redeemed by the […]

Mondays in Lent: March 8

Each Monday in Lent we are providing a Lenten Reading from the Lamoni Heartland Mission Center Diversity Team. This week’s reflection comes from Pastor Mark Benson of Ames Congregation, Community of Christ.  Journey To The Cross There are 40 days and 6 Sundays in Lent. The 7th Sunday being Easter. We are honoring the 3rd […]

Mondays in Lent: March 1

Each Monday in Lent we are providing a Lenten Reading from the Lamoni Heartland Mission Center Diversity Team. This week’s reflection comes from Christine Joslin, pastor at Northwest Congregation, Community of Christ.  I had the opportunity to study in Nigeria where I confronted not only ignorance on my part  but it forced me to stare […]

Mondays in Lent: February 22

Each Monday, the Lamoni Heartland USA Diversity Team will publish a Lenten Reading. This weeks reading is by Evangelist Kris Judd. 2020 was more than a year. It was a season in our collective life where we experienced intense reactions – fear and panic at the thought of infection, illness and insufficient resources; gratitude for […]