On this episode, I had a solo-interview with Suzan Sammons, author of The Stations of the Cross in Slow Motion, A Daily Devotion for Lent.
This is a powerful interview that reminds me of the importance of building a homestead on the proper foundation – prayer and the Sacraments. Like any other pursuit in life, the development of a productive homestead is truly lacking if it is not characterized by a strong presence of prayer.
Suzan discusses her new book, but also provides great insight into prayer in the home, fasting, and commentary on some of our historical practices concerning Lent. This is an interview that I hope you find encouraging and inspiring as we prepare for the upcoming Lenten Season.
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