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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 »

Lenten Devotional 3/22/19

Today’s devotional comes to us from an actual human ray of sunshine, Vanessa Roberts Bryan.  As Assistant Dean of Student Development Services, Vanessa provides leadership and infectious energy to a variety of campus programs.  She works tirelessly to make our community better.  Reading: Turn your eyes upon Jesus, Look full in His wonderful face, And… Read more »

Lenten Devotional 3/20/19

Today’s devotional comes to us from Rev. Megan Peglar, Admissions Associate at Brite Divinity School.  An ordained Disciples of Christ minister and graduate of TCU and Brite, Megan brings wisdom and tenacity to her new role.  As classmates at TCU, we actually studied abroad one summer together in Spain.  Our friendship blossomed over cups of… Read more »

Lenten Devotional 3/18/2019

Reading: [This blessing] is simply here because there is nothing a blessing is better suited for than an ending, nothing that cries out more for a blessing than when a world is falling apart. From Blessing When the World is Ending by Jan Richardson Reflection: Here is how you greet people in Morocco.  I know… Read more »

Lent Devotional 3/11/19

Today’s Devotional comes from Ed Hopkins, the new Director of Campus Ministry for TCU Catholic. TCU Catholic is busy preparing for Awakening 33.  This weekend retreat, scheduled for March 29-31, is a great way for students to connect to their faith during this Lenten season.  As a reminder, Sunday Mass is held on campus each… Read more »

Lent Devotional – Ash Wednesday 2019

It has become beauty again, by Britt Luby For those of you I haven’t met quite yet, my name is Britt Luby, and I am an Associate Chaplain in the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life.  I identify as Roman Catholic, and the season of Lent has been part of my spiritual story since birth.  … Read more »