As an extension of the weekly scripture and devotion offering through the FastPrayGive.org program, WesleyMen is offering an Advent through Epiphany guide. (November 28th through January 6th)
In this work, three great “responses” (and that to which they respond) form a triptych:
The three find mother-to-be Mary, new father Zecheriah, and the very angels of heaven “responding” to events by which God will be and is made flesh, coming among us to stay. Like the artwork format (triptych) which shares its name with this guide, all three “hinge” upon the themes of a God who acts, a God who imagines a world made new, a God who proclaims the way of peace.
FastPrayGive.org hopes that this will lead you on a spiritual journey in this season as we remember and rehearse the birth of Jesus and help make your experience enjoyable. Also included in this guide is the opportunity to act this season by contributing to our Rohingya Refugee program.
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FastPrayGive is a global grassroots movement to end hunger by the means of grace. You are invited to skip one meal per week, pray for hungry people during that time, and give the inexpensive cost of a daily meal for someone in need (starting at $8 per month). It’s incredibly simple, and by participating at FastPrayGive.org we’ll send you encouragement and prayer examples weekly via email. Through practicing spiritual disciplines like fasting, prayer, and generous giving we’re asking God to be deeply involved in our efforts to end hunger.
WesleyMen is formally the World Fellowship of Methodist and Uniting Church Men and is an affiliate organization of the World Methodist Council. WesleyMen seeks to connect men in the Wesleyan tradition for Christian fellowship and witness through active works backed by words.
Ecumenical Staff Officer, The Council of Bishops, The United Methodist Church
It is so good to be reminded of our Wesleyan Heritage and to delve into scripture with that lens. I appreciate the daily opportunity to reflect and pray as a disciple called to social holiness, loving our neighbors sacrificially after the example of Christ.
St. Paul United Methodist, Goldsboro, NC
Three Days in … The genuineness of the reflections and the prayers are invitations to self-empty and to grab the throne chair and yet they’re gentle and so very real.
North Carolina Annual Conference
Thank you for the powerful prayers that were part of this year's [Lent]Triptych. I really felt that I was praying them, not just reading them.