A Pandemic Lent

Today is Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent. As Lent is a season which encourages introspection, it’s usually my favorite journey in the Christian year. I enjoy reflection, and the spiritual disciplines I’ve explored during this season have had a pronounced influence on my Spiritual Journey. I have to say, thinking about Lent this year…

Holy Solitude, An Accordance Module Review

Lent may be my favorite season of the Liturgical year, so I jumped when Accordance offered me a copy of Holy Solitude, by Heidi Haverkamp, in exchange for an honest review.

Feeling Purple

Lent arrives rather late this year, but I’m already working on a number of Lent-themed projects.

Fiction-less Tuesday – Writing Update

After two and a half years of doing “Fiction Tuesday” it feels odd to not be posting part of a novel on this day of the week! To help balance out how odd this feels I wanted to give an update on the projects I’ve got underway.

Next Project? A Lenten Devotional

I’ve been mapping out my sequel to In the Land of the Penny Gnomes for the past several weeks, but yesterday I came up with another project which will incorporate short-form fiction 1 – A Lenten devotional. My idea is to write one short piece of fiction, probably under 1000 words 2 for each week…

Why I Love Lent

Of all the seasons in the Church year, Lent is the one to which I’m most drawn. It’s a season of spiritual reset and reorientation, a deliberate move to be joined to the story of Jesus. While I appreciate the other seasons of the Church year, Lent is the one which absolutely refuses to make…