While fasting is the most common spiritual practice associated with the season of Lent, it’s not the only one—prayer and almsgiving are common Lenten practices as well.
This week on the Sacred Ordinary Days Podcast we’re continuing our conversation on the season of Lent with a discussion on the practice of prayer—what it was like for us growing up, how we experience it in our current seasons of life, and what practices and tools have become meaningful along the way.
Listen/download below or through iTunes or your favorite podcast app, and catch up on past episodes here. And if you like what you hear, would you mind sharing it on social media and leaving a review? Here’s how.
Plus how to practice Lectio Divina, everyday calls to prayer (5 surprising ways to encounter God hidden in your daily life), my prayer bead collection in the Journey Shop, and my post on almost buying a house and the meaning of prayer.
What were your prayers like as a child and how have they changed or grown as you have changed and grown? What prayer practices are you playing with these days? Let us know in the Sacred Ordinary Days Tribe Facebook group or on social media using the hashtag #sacredordinarydays.