Fast Pray Give
Traditionally, Lent was a time for personal conversion leading up to Easter, during which Christians practiced the spiritual disciplines of fasting, praying and almsgiving to strip away all that is unnecessary and become more mindful of their ultimate dependence on God. Let’s recapture the true meaning of Lent in ways that are actually relevant to your life. Each day throughout Lent, starting on Ash Wednesday, the calendar’s link for that day will become active, revealing a Daily Jolt for spiritual contemplation relating to Lent, and new and practical ideas for fasting, prayer and almsgiving.
This year you can enter our Lent Contest EVERY DAY and be placed in a random drawing to win the contest’s grand prize — an iPad Air! An added bonus: If you share the contest with your friends through Facebook, and they enter the contest, you receive more chances to win. The 16 GB iPad Air Grand Prize will be awarded after Easter in a random drawing from all eligible entries. See the contest rules here.
Busted Halo’s® Fast Pray Give Calendar is completely unflunkable, entirely relevant and totally inspiring. The idea isn’t to be perfect but to continue on our path, so if you slip up one day, don’t give up; simply begin again the next day. We hope you’ll join Busted Halo this year with our Fast Pray Give Lent calendar.
Photo Credits: March 5: CNS photo by Lawrence Chatagnier, Bayou Catholic; March 13: CNS photo/Paul Haring; April 2: CNS photo/Tami Chappell, Reuters; April 3: CNS photo/Warner Bros.; April 5: CNS photo/Lionsgate; April 10: CNS photo/Jonathan Tramontana; April 12: CNS photo/J. Scott Applewhite/pool via Reuters; April 15: CNS; April 16: CNS; April 18: CNS photo/Chico Sanchez; April 19: CNS photo/courtesy New York’s Museum of Biblical Art