This Lenten Season, lead your family of faith into a period of self-examination and spiritual growth using the 2021 Lenten Devotional Booklet produced by the Society of St. Andrew.
This year’s theme of "Walk Humbly" calls readers to practice self-examination, confession and repentance of their own sins. Micah was a prophet who spoke out for the poor and downtrodden. He protected them and shared God’s words with them. In light of high unemployment, increased hunger, and worldwide racial division caused by the pandemic and its effects, readers can take time to feed their spirits and ask, what is the Lord requiring of you?
The devotion booklet is a great resource for personal or congregational use. Each booklet offers daily meditations, prayers and personal stories of growth that illustrate how God speaks to people through a variety of life experiences. These devotionals are written by people of deep and abiding faith: pastors, missionaries, and laypersons from many Christian traditions.
All of the Lenten materials are available at no cost. Seasonal Devotional booklets, pew envelopes, and coin banks are free, and may be ordered in bulk quantity.
If your faith community has returned to in-person worship, you may wish to order print copies, to share with your Sunday school class, small group, or congregation. Congregations should place your bulk order soon, to ensure availability. Only 30,000 copies were printed and supplies will quickly run out. The deadline to order your printed copies is Monday, Feb. 1, 2021.
If your faith community continues to worship remotely or if you would simply like to share this free resource with your community of faith download the online PDF version of this year's devotional booklet.
Individuals may also download a copy of the devotional booklet for your e-reader or sign up to receive each day’s devotion by email.
For more information please visit https://endhunger.org/lent.
The Society of St. Andrew is a North Alabama Conference Advance Special. Its mission is "The Society of St. Andrew brings people together to harvest and share healthy food, reduce food waste, and build caring communities by offering nourishment to hungry neighbors."