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March 4th, 2009

Are you taking our FastPrayGive challenge every day?

Check it out! And if you slipped away, just come on back.

 
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m_ms-insideDid you get our message that Lent isn’t about giving up chocolate? Maybe this helps: We’re giving away our own Busted Halo chocolate — M&Ms with our logo on them. Aren’t they gorgeous?!

If you’re not doing our FastPrayGive challenge every day here’s what your missing besides our chocolate giveaway: Swedish Fish on Fridays; a chance to win an iPod nano; and saving your soul… OK, maybe that’s a bit of an exaggeration. But trust us, you should check it out. And if you slipped away, just come on back… it’s completely unflunkable, entirely relevant and totally inspiring. Every day is a new challenge. And our Facebook Slip Support Station is there to help too.

And if that’s not enough, each day has a new Lenten quote or factoid to inspire you and impress your friends with, and a “Lent Incentive” contest with giveaways from the chocolates and Swedish Fish, to books from the Busted Halo store, to the grand prize iPod.

You have no excuse. Except that you’re human. So don’t worry if you haven’t gotten on board yet, or if you came and went. Just come to the Busted Halo FastPrayGive Lenten Challenge today.

 
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  • L2

    I like the variety and uniqueness of each daily fast. I’ve noticed some things about my habits (not all that I’m proud of) as a result of these daily challenges. And though I’ve given up some things for Lent, I like the sense of community I feel in knowing that each day I am PrayFastGiving with others.

  • Annapurna Moffatt

    I’m not a Catholic (I’m spiritual but not religious), but I started observing Lent last year and this year I stepped things up a bit–I’ve actually given up a few things (NOT chocolate!).

    Every day as part of my daily routine I’ve checked Busted Halo’s Lent calendar. Some of the fasts are really hard (like the one on February 26, fasting from thoughtlessness: I slipped up two or three times) whereas others are easy. But I’ll keep going no matter what.

    And I’m really enjoying it (Lent, enjoyable? That sounds like an oxymoron.).

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