Posts Categorized: Lenten Devotional

Lent Devotional 4/10/20 – Good Friday

Good morning Horned Frogs.  While we may be separated by the miles, I hope each of us is still seeking out ways to stay in relationship with one another and with God, especially as we move through Holy Week.  The rituals and rhythms of our faith traditions surely look different for us these days.  I… Read more »

Lent Devotional 03/17/2020

Welcome back to our Lenten Devotionals and our hiatus over “spring break”.  Since 2007, devotionals have been shared by students, faculty and staff during Lent and Advent, and yet today we find ourselves in a challenging time across creation. There’s so much we’re figuring out now throughout our communities – some of it life-threatening and… Read more »

Lent Devotional 03/02/2020

  Reading: O Lord, you have searched me and known me.2 You know when I sit down and when I rise up; you discern my thoughts from far away.3 You search out my path and my lying down, and are acquainted with all my ways.        Psalm 139: 1-3 Reflection: So these days our family is slowly, but surely getting ready… Read more »

Easter Monday Devotional 4/22/19

Dear Friends:  Sending you all Easter blessings and gratitude for joining us for our Lenten journey this year (and also one more reflection!).  I am grateful for all of our writers and for the kind words you shared with me along the way.  Thank you for the many ways you reflect the mystery and beauty… Read more »

Lenten Devotional 4/18/2019

Have you had the privilege of meeting TCU senior Lauren Keaney? Lauren, an early childhood education major, took time out of her busy student teaching semester to write this reflection for us.  She is spiritually wise well beyond her years, and I am delighted that she will be continuing her time at TCU to complete… Read more »

Lenten Devotional 4/16/19

Today’s lovely words come from Dalton Goodier, Senior Admission Counselor in the Office of Admission.  Dalton, an active member of the Disciples of Christ community, serves as the face of the Disciples of Christ church for the Office of Admission.  His friends tell me that he is a perfect representation of TCU: smart, engaged, and… Read more »

Devotional 4/11/2019

Today’s reflection comes from Dr. Paul Witt, professor in the Department of Communication Studies.  For over 20 years, he has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in theory, character, and intercultural communication.  He and his wife are active participants in the Christian community in Fort Worth and serve as marriage mentors at Gateway Church. They have… Read more »

Lenten Devotional 4/9/2019

Today’s reflection comes from Charlotte Holliday, one of the sweetest souls to walk the TCU Campus.  Charlotte works in the Luther King Capital Management Center for Financial Studies in the Neeley School of Business.  She is a TCU graduate currently pursuing her MLA at TCU, and her oldest daughter is a junior on campus (it’s… Read more »

Lenten Devotional 4/2/2019

Today’s reflection comes from Jamartae Jackson, Program Coordinator in the Office of Inclusiveness and Intercultural Services.  Jamartae works closely with Community Scholars and First Generation students, and he brings authenticity and wisdom to his important work.  When I walk into a meeting and see Jamartae there, I know I’m in the right spot.  It means… Read more »

Lenten Devotional 3/29/2019

Today’s devotional comes from Graham Watson, a business and religion student from the Disciples of Christ tradition. Graham loves to listen and think differently. Graham also writes a frogfolio called the Art of Hornedfroggedness under his alter ego Purple Thor.  It has been a gift to know him during his time at TCU. Reading: “I… Read more »