Lent Devotional Guide
Six weeks of Lenten reflections
Lent is a time of preparation. It’s an opportunity to identify with Jesus, His temptations, and ultimately His death as we journey toward His crucifixion. Our Lenten journey begins on Ash Wednesday, March 2—the 40 days (not including Sundays) leading up to Easter.
Using this guide, we’ll take our time and allow Jesus to lead us through the three Infinitum Prayer Postures: surrender, generosity, and mission. We’ll spend two weeks on each posture, first paying attention to how Jesus leads us there and then considering how to apply each one to our lives.
—Danielle Strickland, the Infinitum team, and World Vision
About the Author
Danielle Strickland is a spiritual leader, justice advocate, communicator, and peacemaker. Danielle is a partner with World Vision, serving church leaders around the globe and helping the Church play its part in helping the world’s most vulnerable children. Her aggressive compassion has served people firsthand in countries all over the world, from establishing justice departments and church plants, to launching global anti-trafficking initiatives, to creating new initiatives to mobilize people toward transformational spiritual life.
Danielle trains, advocates, and inspires people to live differently through initiatives like Amplify Peace, Brave Global, Infinitum, and the Women Speakers Collective. Her podcast is listened to by thousands globally, and closer to home, she’s on the teaching team at The Meeting House. Currently based in Toronto, Canada, Danielle is the proud mom of three boys, wife to Stephen, and has been affectionately called the “ambassador of fun.”
Infinitum was founded by a small group of friends in 2015 out of a deep desire to pursue Jesus more authentically and intentionally. Leaning on the monastic examples from generations before, Infinitum became a practice and posture for discipleship in the modern world.
World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. Motivated by our faith in Jesus Christ, we serve alongside the poor and oppressed as a demonstration of God’s unconditional love for all people. World Vision serves all people, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender.