A meditation taken from “Reflections on the Passion” by Charles Hugo Doyle for the Tuesday of Holy Week.
A meditation taken from “Reflections on the Passion” by Charles Hugo Doyle for the Monday of Holy Week.
In this post I share more formal prayers to add to our prayer journal. These are lovely prayers I cannot wait to make familiar favorites.
I created a prayer journal to use alongside my Bible journaling. This prayer journal is to help me pray more intentionally and individually and also to help me be more accountable in my daily prayer life.
What if I took St. Paul’s advice, “Let your gentleness be known.” What if I made it a point all day, every day to let my gentleness be known this Lent? As part of our Bible quotes topic here at The Littlest Way, let’s look at a verse on gentleness.
I’ve shared before the art project–Our Family Rules Board–that turned into a Nightly Examen with Children. I would like to say, although ideally we would do this every single evening, life does sometimes interrupt our best plans. And if evening time does not work for your family, try during midday during a lunch break. Sometimes midday can help recapture a day that may have gotten off to a bad start or gotten out of hand. The purpose is to begin a nightly examen for children that they will then carry into their adult lives. And if you miss a day, grant yourself and your family grace.