The season of Lent invites Christ followers into a sacred space of worship and contemplation. More than just a 40-day period of abstaining from social media or sweets (or whatever else might entice you), Lent is a meaningful liturgical season of anticipating the focal point of our faith: Christ’s sacrifice for us and the hope for all his death and resurrection represents, the Lamb who was slain for the sins of the world. I am grateful that the Biola University Center for Christianity, Culture, and the Arts once again presents the Lent Project: a 53-day aesthetically guided meditation on Christ’s life, death, and resurrection.
Lent can be a beautifully reflective time for us to quiet our hearts and embrace the spectacular reality of the cross, the crown and the empty tomb. It’s a time of focused prayer and simple living, pondering life in the desolate desert while also envisioning the new, vibrant life Christ offers because he loves us so. May you enjoy, share and be edified by this resource as we collectively reflect on the suffering and triumph of history’s great savior: Messiah Jesus Christ, the King.
— Barry H. Corey, President, Biola University
The Lent Project is a daily devotional series celebrating the Lent season through art, music, poetry, and Scripture. Our goal is to help individuals quiet their hearts and enter into a daily routine of worship and reflection during this meaningful season.
The Lent Project is an annual curated arts project now in its fifth year. The Biola University Center for Christianity, Culture and the Arts invests many hours and resources into making this series available to the world for free. As a way of showing your appreciation for this resource and ensuring that it continues, would you consider donating to the Lent Project?
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