Direct my footsteps by your promise, and do not let any kind of iniquity rule over me.
As we each find our own ways to mark the season of Lent, we follow in the footsteps of centuries of others who have spent time preparing to celebrate the resurrection of Christ.
Footsteps can be slow and meandering, or fast paced, but we all leave them wherever we go. There are often discussions about our carbon footprint - the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere as a result of our activities. But what about our spiritual footprint? All our words or actions will affect someone or something in one way or another. By practising environmental spirituality we can leave a better legacy for God's creation, just one example is the effect discarded plastic is having on our oceans.
We are channels of God's blessings in a world that can be compassionate and more environmentally friendly because of our spiritual footprints.