Fast Pray Give
Lenten Greetings, Busted Halo readers! We are hearing from many of you with questions about our plans for Lent 2016. We will continue to feature Lenten-themed Daily Jolts and MicroChallenges with an emphasis on fasting, prayer, and almsgiving, but we will not be using our typical calendar format. You can check our homepage — www.bustedhalo.com — each day of Lent for a new quote and challenge. You can also track them on social media by following us on Facebook and Twitter. Wishing you a meaningful Lenten Season! — The Busted Halo Team
Lent is a time for personal conversion, a time when Christians strip away all that is unnecessary and become more mindful of their dependence on God. Our Fast Pray Give Lent Calendar (like an Advent Calendar, but for Lent) will give you a moment of spiritual contemplation each day, and new and practical ideas for fasting, prayer and almsgiving.
Enter our Lent Contest every day and be placed in a random drawing to win the contest’s grand prize — an iPad Mini 3! Click on a day in the calendar to find a link to enter. An added bonus: If you share the contest with your friends through Facebook and they enter the contest, you receive more chances to win. Click here for the rules.
Journey through Lent with Busted Halo’s InstaLent Photo Challenge. Click here for more details and a complete listing of our creative Lent photo-a-day ideas. Post a photo every day during Lent and stay connected to the ways we experience God in our everyday lives. Get ready; your Instagram feed is about to look at whole lot like Lent!
Looking for a way to “do” Lent a little differently this year? We’re inviting you into the desert: a quiet place with less of us and more of God. The desert offers solitude as well as temptation. And it means something a little different to everyone. Watch this short, meditative video that will help you wander into your own desert this Lent.
Busted Halo® has created a series of virtual stations designed for personal devotion. Find a quiet place to watch these stations, and as you do the devotions, be open to how God is speaking to you. The Stations of the Cross may be done at any time, but they are commonly a part of Lenten spiritual practice, specifically on Good Friday.