SRT-Lent2015_instagram_introJoin me!  PJ’s, coffee and Jesus during Lent 2015! No travel necessary for this  daily devotional:  Jesus Keep Me Near the Cross from She Reads Truth.

Easter is the triumph of Jesus and the foundation of our faith. These inspiring and thought provoking messages can be read in 15-20 minutes and include Scripture to ponder as well as a lovely graphic.

When I think about the life, love, death and resurrection of Jesus for me… for you, I fall in love with God all over again.

I am thrilled you are going to join me on this journey to ponder the message and meaning of Jesus!

Read the Invitation here SRT-Lent_journalonly

It is FREE online (plus there is an app!)   and/or You can sign up to have the study emailed daily from She Reads Truth

I will be writing daily thoughts, pondering and questions right here on the blog – And would love for you to  comment, share, and engage with me and each other!!

Please feel free to invite your friends as well.  🙂

While they do have a place for comments on the She Reads Truth site, I am a fan of a smaller group so we can share and connect a bit more.  Be sure to introduce yourself below! (And if you are giving up anything for lent, or adding a new discipline or habit, please share that too!)

I’m  Looking forward to journeying together.

Susie

PS.  I will tag each post as Lent 2015 and list them on the Lent 2015 under the God’s Girl tab at the top of this main page for easy reference.

4 Responses to “PJ’s, Coffee, and Jesus!”

  1. Jen

    Thanks Susie, for this Lenten gift. I will make time in my busy-ness to stop and pause each day and to be intentional about making time to listen during this Lenten season. Thanks for providing just the tool to do that.

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    • Susie Miller

      so glad you will be on the journey with us. taking time for pondering and pausing helps me get through the day. I really miss it when I don’t take time for connecting with god as the day begins… even if it is a quick read, a hymn or song , a verse that runs through my head (from a sticky note i see while brushing my teeth) – i have more peace. When i have loner times with God, i am definitly more grounded, but even the quick connections help my heart and mind.

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