Mark D. Roberts

Senior Strategist

Dr. Mark D. Roberts is a Senior Strategist for Fuller’s Max De Pree Center for Leadership, where he focuses on the spiritual development and thriving of leaders. He is the principal writer of the daily devotional, Life for Leaders,...

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Follow the Stations of the Cross for a renewed experience of the Lenten season

The Stations of the Cross, also known as The Way of the Cross, or Via Crucis (Latin, way of the cross) or Via Dolorosa (Latin, way of grief), are often a series of scenes that depict the passion of Christ, and help us reflect with more intensity and emotion the events and meaning of Jesus’s death. This devotional guide invites you to come, to read Scripture, to reflect, to pray, and to draw near to the Lord in anticipation of Good Friday and Easter.

Our hope is that this written version of The Way of the Cross will enable you to enter into a deeper understanding and experience of the passion of Jesus, so that you might be ready to celebrate Easter with new joy and freedom.

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$7.99/devotional guide

*This is a digital product. After purchasing, you’ll be emailed a link to download the devotional guide as a downloadable PDF. When you get the PDF, you can read it on your computer, phone, or tablet, or you can print a copy for personal use.

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What’s Inside?

  • Easily printable format (8.5″x11″ portrait)
  • 15 devotions (14 for the days/weeks leading up to Easter and one for Easter Sunday) based on the Stations of the Cross, or reminders of Jesus’s last hours. The devotions include scripture, reflection, and prayers.
  • Lenten Devotional

    You may want to let it guide your devotions throughout Lent by focusing on a couple of devotions each week, with an additional two in Holy Week. (There are six weeks in Lent.) Alternatively, you might save the guide for the last two weeks of Lent, including Holy Week. If you begin on the Sunday two weeks before Easter, you’ll have one devotion for each day, ending on Holy Saturday.

  • Holy Week Devotional

    Another way to use this guide is as a Holy Week devotional. If you begin on the Sunday before Easter (Palm Sunday), you can use two devotions each day, perhaps one in the morning and one in the evening.