The Way Home: Aaron Damiani on the liturgy of lent
This week on The Way Home podcast, I launch a special Easter series focused on the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus alongside my new book “The Characters of Easter.” Today, Aaron Damiani, Anglican pastor at Immanuel Anglican Church in Chicago, joins me to talk about the liturgy of lent. In this conversation, he helps us think about lent and how to draw our hearts toward Easter.
Guest Biography: Aaron is Immanuel Anglican’s Rector and author of the book The Good of Giving Up: Discovering the Freedom of Lent. Aaron holds a Bachelors degree in Pastoral Theology from Moody Bible Institute and a Masters in Biblical Exegesis from Wheaton College. After moving to Washington D.C. in 2008, Aaron discerned a call to ministry while researching public policy at the Potomac Institute. He was ordained as an Anglican priest and trained in urban church planting while an assistant pastor at Church of the Resurrection on Capitol Hill. In 2012, he and his wife Laura moved back to Chicago with a vision to raise up a vibrant Anglican church that would seek the good of the city.
Book: The Good of Giving Up: Discovering the Freedom of Lent
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