Faith that Works

Teaching middle schoolers how to live and practice their faith

So a few days ago, I had a brilliant idea. If you count Sundays as part of Lent, there are 46 days before the Easter Vigil on Holy Saturday. So you could feasibly read one chapter of every book in the Old Testament, like I wrote about in my post about helping students choose a Lenten practice. But when looking for reading plans, nothing really spoke to me, so I decided to make my own. Here it is as a PDF, or you can use the image above. I didn’t date it (on the actual handout) on purpose so that it is usable from year to year.

I am still new to designing these types of things, but I am really happy with the results. I want to make more reading/prayer plans in the future. What would you like to see? Let me know!

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