Lent 2014 – Updated and New Links

UPDATE: There is a NEW LIST of links for 2o15, with updated links, and many new entries.

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Below are some updated links to great Lent Resources for 2014 from around the web – these include favorite sites I’ve linked before as well as brand new links and resources.

Sites with Daily Readings / Devotionals / Prayers:

  • ADDED:  Give us This Day.  Daily reflections on Scripture by the Rev. Charles Erlandson of the Church of the Good Shepherd, Tyler, TX.  Notable for his quite in-depth exegesis of Scripture and his focus on practical application and questions for reflection.  I’ve linked this site often in the past, but somehow it slipped off this year’s list of links.  My apologies.
  • ADDED:  The King’s English.  Another site I’ve frequently linked here at Lent & Beyond but somehow neglected to include in this year’s list of links.  The entries are not specifically Lent-themed, but they are excellent daily devotionals.  The thing I love about the Rev. Glen Scrivener’s entries is his focus on showing how all Scripture points to and exalts Christ.  I want to make sure all of our readers during Lent know of this excellent year-round devotional resource.
  • Vicar’s Versicles this is the latest devotional blog from the Rev. James Gibson, an Anglican rector in South Carolina.

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Other Lent Links & Resources:

  • Lent at Ephesus:  Wonderful new album of Lenten choral music.  MUST LISTEN!

There are LOTS of  Lent 2014 resources & posts at the Godspace website:

5 Responses to Lent 2014 – Updated and New Links

  1. […] I expect he’ll have very good Lenten entries, so I’m adding this link to our list of new Lenten links for 2014. […]

  2. […] Earlier this week I included a link to Biola University’s “Lent Project” website in my short roundup of new Lent links for 2014. […]

  3. […] Lent 2014: Updated links (updated list of good sites around the web for Lent devotionals & resources) […]

  4. […] Also: Our list of some highly recommended Lent links from last year is here. […]

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