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Food for the Soul: A Series of Lenten Meditations

Dear Friends:
We are pleased to share with you a series of Lenten meditations written by members of prison congregations across the country. We trust they will bless you as you travel this important journey toward Jesus' suffering, death, and resurrection.

We have edited the texts supplied by the authors to improve readability, but have left as many of the original words as possible.

Please feel free to copy or reproduce any part of this material. We do ask that you give Prison Congregations of America credit for the portions you use in your publications and elsewhere.

Thank you for your continued support, and we pray you will have a blessed Lenten journey.

Yours in Christ,
Pastor Ed Nesselhuf
Executive Director
Prison Congregations of America
PO Box 415, Vermillion, SD 57069-0415
Phone: 800-417-6692 or 605-624-8330
Fax: 605-624-3123
Pastor Ed Nesselhuf
[email protected]

Click here to download this booklet in pdf


Please click on the links below to take you to the meditations:

Day 1-Day 10
Day 11-Day 20
Day 21-Day 30
Day 31-Day 40
Easter Vigil

Food fortheSoul: A Series of LentenMeditations
Copyright©2003 Prison Congregations of America.
Used with permission.

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