Lent Photo a Day #40Days

Lent Photo a Day #40Days

This is an idea to share a Lenten prayer journal. Each day take a photo that captures the subject on the day. It starts Ash Wednesday, and ends the day before Easter. Might I suggest the word “Resurrection” for Easter Sunday? I’ll be posting mine on twitter @FatPastor, with the hashtags #40Days and #RethinkChurch. I just wish I had instagram. I’ve got a very old camera phone, but it should be an interesting endeavor.

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February 10, 2013 · 11:20 pm

9 responses to “Lent Photo a Day #40Days

  1. This is a great idea! I’m going to do it!

  2. I want to try it. This makes me wish I had a decent phone with instagram, not my old LG. Oh well.

  3. Paul E. Gilmore

    Hi Robb,
    Came upon the link to your sight on “The Text This Week.” And then was hooked when I saw the Minor Myers quote. I grew up in Bloomington/Normal and my son is a graduate of Illinois Wesleyan. As a freshman he played on the 2005 Final Four team – should have won it that year! Unfortunately, his career was cut short by knee problems but he had a great experience academically and basketball wise at IWU.
    This is a great site! Appreciate the focus.
    Grace & Peace,
    Paul E. Gilmore
    First Presbyterian Church
    New Canaan, CT

    Go Titans!

  4. Paul,
    I was a 1999 graduate of IWU, and spent many nights in the Shirk Center working in the sports information department. You might be interested in this blog post I wrote a few years ago about that quote, and the power of words. https://fatpastor.me/2009/05/25/go-into-the-world/

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  6. Janal

    Funny I was thinking about doing a photo a day as a Lent challenge. Guess this message is confirmation from God that I’m supposed to do it.

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