You know what Valentine’s Day reminds me of? Mortification of the flesh. I mean, I mean, Ash Wednesday and Lent. 🙂 So here is a friendly reminder that Lutheran writers have written up various free Lutheran resources for Lent 2018, usually in the form of devotions. Know more than are listed below? Comment and spread the word!
Free Lutheran Resources for Lent 2018
- Higher Thing’s Today’s Reflections
- By the way, if you’re interested in writing an article answering, “What’s your favorite part of Lent?” you can email or text Aaron Fenker or Donavon Riley.
- Lutheran Hour Ministries’ Silent Witnesses
- Steadfast Lutheran’s The Lord’s Prayer in the Lord’s Passion
Know any more? Please share! Meanwhile may Lent 2018 be good for you in body and soul by the blessing of Christ who humbled Himself for our sake.
Meanwhile, thanks be to God that Lutheran writers–such as yourself–are writing and giving their time, talent, research, etc., as a gift for the church. Woo hoo for free resources! For the proclamation of Law and Gospel and the revelation of the Means of Grace for the comfort and new life of weary souls! To God be the glory.
Edited to Add: There’s also Lutheran Central: Connecting Lutherans. Although they don’t have a specifical Lent booklet, they link to daily devotions from Lutheran Church Charities, Luther Seminary, The Lutheran Church-Australia, Daily Devotions courtesy of WELS, and Grace Moments by WELS Pastor Jeske. (Lutheran Central is run by a variety of advisors, who hold various Lutheran positions.)