Walking to the Cross: A Lenten Devotional


Walking to the Cross is a 40-day devotional designed for the Christian season of Lent. It invites you to make walking, reflecting and prayer a part of your daily Lenten practice. Just as Jesus traveled the long journey to the cross, we believe that walking is an act of spiritual and physical devotion.  

Every week begins with a psalm and the opportunity to set a “movement goal,” or a reasonable physical challenge for yourself. Your movement goal may be taking more steps each day, going for a daily walk, wearing a pedometer to count the distance you walk each day, or any other challenge you wish to set for yourself. Each day in Lent also offers a passage of Scripture along with a reflection and prayer.​

ABOUT THE AUTHOR | William L. “Butch” Odom, Jr. has served in a variety of roles in his more than 20 years of service at Church Health. He is the author of Walking to the Cross: A Lenten DevotionalHave a Blessed Day: A Year of Daily Devotions from the Church Health Center and several pieces for Church Health Reader, including the award-winning reflection, “Setting a New Table.” Butch and his wife, Debbie, live in Memphis where they are members of First Congregational Church.

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