Track Christ’s final journey with The Bible Experience for Easter. The selections below are a variation on the Stations of the Cross known as the Scriptural Way of the Cross. Follow along by listening to the audio clips, reading the passages of scripture, and then taking a moment of quiet reflection with each accompanying prayer. After experiencing Easter through the world’s most celebrated audio Bible, you’ll truly understand why hearing is believing. Use the roman numerals below to begin your journey. Start Here
Stations of the Cross
Also referred to as Via Crucis, Via Dolorosa, or the Way of the Cross, the Stations of the Cross provide a journey of prayer and meditation focused upon scenes of the suffering and death of Jesus. St. Francis of Assisi started the tradition of the Stations of the Cross as a chapel devotion. Today it is most commonly practiced on Good Friday and on Friday evenings during Lent, although it can be practiced at any time.
Scriptural Way of the Cross
The Scriptural Way of the Cross was introduced on Good Friday in 1991 and is a popular variant to the traditional versions. The variation of the Scriptural Way of the Cross above is designed for personal meditation and prayer. It includes a fifteenth station for the resurrection of Jesus from the dead.