Lent Tag

Imagine, if you will, the scene surrounding the prophet Ezekiel – taken by the Lord to a valley filled with dry bones. What kind of devastation must there have been for all of that death to take place so that there was not even...

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Timely Reading Today we read another long gospel story like the ones we’ve read the last several weeks. As a mainline Christian church, we read these gospel stories in a pre-assigned 3-year cycle. What has surprised me about the last couple weeks of Bible gospel readings,...

March 15, 2020 Lent 3 | Hydrate Living water sustains us on our journey. Clean water is becoming harder and harder to find for many of our fellow human beings. Water can give life or destroy it based on its abundance or scarcity. This Sunday we note...

What am I Forgetting? When the sun is shining and the roads are cleared of snow and salt, I try as best as I can to ride my bicycle to work several times each week. On these days, I pack my laptop, keys, and a change...

Time for a Restart Our theme for Lent at Good Shepherd is “Spiritual Reboot:  Building Resiliency for a Life of Faith”.  As our worship staff brainstormed, looking at the Bible readings that will run through Lent, we kept hearing scripture’s call for us to strengthen the...

A Guide to What's Ahead this Lenten Season The March 2020 issue of Good Shepherd's monthly newsletter "The Messenger" is now available to read online. Print copies are available at both the Verona and Madison campuses. Have a question or an idea for a future issue? Send...

A Guide for your Lenten Journey Get a copy of the 2020 Lent Devotional featuring daily Bible readings and reflection questions for the 40 days of Lent as well as Holy Week. [button size='big_large' style='' text='Download Guide' icon='fa-arrow-circle-o-down' icon_color='' link='https://gslcwi.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/LENT-2020-Devotional-V2.pdf' target='_self' color='' hover_color='' border_color='' hover_border_color='' background_color='' hover_background_color=''...

Lent 1: The Need for Change We face temptation as we discern what God really wants for us. This is part and parcel of being alive but knowing this and having faith in the power of God to resist temptation, that’s what sets us apart....

My son, Griffin, is 2 years old and is in that stage of development where he is using more words to explain how he is feeling and what he wants (thank goodness!).  We have a couple books that he loves that name different feelings and each page has a picture of a young child about his age expressing how...

Shared by Rich Johnson  While in grade school, I first learned this hymn in a vacation bible school held at a church in my neighborhood. Almost immediately, I found it joyful as well as a welcome reminder that God created the heavens and the earth. This is...

Today's post was shared by an anonymous contributor I wish childhood abuse could be left in the past, forgotten like old toys disappearing without mention. I wish it didn’t affect how I see the world and myself, cause scars society calls mental illness, like depression, post...

Abiding with God means setting up a house, not stopping in for a quick visit every once in awhile. Modern humanity has dedicated so much time, energy, and money to security so why do we feel less and less safe every day?  We try to gain...

Shared by Robyn Zimmerman I love music, all different kinds of music. So when I thought about which song I would like to write about I thought it would be a lot harder than it actually ended up being. It didn't take me longer than 2...