Fourth Sunday of Lent
“Lenting” Go of the Past
“Lenting,” as a verb, suggests a little more intentionality than Lent as a season that we passively watch come and go like the seasons of the year. “Lenting,” like most verbs pertaining to human activity, connotes a choice or commitment of some sort. In the same vein as working, leaving, playing, sailing, or jogging, “Lent” in verb form is a decision, to enter actively into the season of Lent.
Join us throughout Lent as we discover the power of “Lenting” go of those things which prevent us from being all that God has created us to be and to enjoy and embrace life to its fullest for ourselves and others.
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