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Lenten Journaling in Community- #1

Lenten Journaling

Hanging out with 4 colored pencils
 and this devotional book for Lent.
Eyes on Jesus by Lisa M. Clark 
and published by Concordia Publishing House.
Lots of words to link thoughts together like-  
"look, see watch, reveal. seen, and sight.
Time to watch and pay attention.
What does the Lord want me
 to be aware of this season?
What do I overlook and rush over 
in the usual part of my life?
Will be fun to see the "story" of the journey
 at the end of Holy Week.
This process works with any readings you are using.
Just jot down one word or phrase a day.
Here is the link to download this calendar:
There are more choices in 
Visual Faith Resources/Seasonal at 
visual faith


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