Thank you for signing up for the Living Compass Daily Email Devotional entitled, Living Well Through Lent 2020: Practicing Courage With All Your Heart, Soul, Strength, and Mind. We at Living Compass look forward to sharing the journey through Lent with you.
The first daily reflection was emailed the morning of Ash Wednesday, February 26, 2020. If you signed up after that and have missed any reflections, you can find them all archived, as they are released, here: https://www.livingcompass.org/lent-readings
Please know that we are also hosting an online Facebook discussion group where participants can share their reactions to the daily Lenten reflections with others. We are always enriched when we can share our spiritual journeys with others, whether through online or in-person communities. This Facebook discussion group will be a private group, which means you have to request to be admitted into the group, and anything that is shared within the group can only be seen by group members and not be the general public. Some refer to the Facebook group as a “Lenten eRetreat” because we offer and share with one another additional prayers and resources for observing the season of Lent.
Scott Stoner and Jan Kwiatkowski will moderate our Facebook group. Scott and Jan are both Episcopal priests, licensed marriage and family therapists, and have decades of experience as spiritual directors and retreat leaders.
Click the button further below to request access to the Facebook Group.
And while we have your attention, just an FYI that some people who have signed up for our daily emails for Lent find that our emails mistakenly end up in their spam or junk folders. So if you do not see your daily email each morning in Lent, then check your spam or junk folder. Most email services then allow you to alert them that the email is not spam, and that should fix the problem going forward.
Thank you again for signing up. Our prayer is that each of us may be strengthened in our longing to practice courage with all our heart, soul, strength, and mind.
Jan Kwiatkowski, Scott Stoner, and the Living Compass Spirituality & Wellness Initiative team.