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May
23
What Is the Bible and What Am I Supposed to Do With It?

What Is the Bible and What Am I Supposed to Do With It?

"The Bible: Part One" -- Seven foundational thoughts about the Bible.
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Apr
19
Snapshots: Rosie and the Dragonaires

Snapshots: Rosie and the Dragonaires

I was sitting in the cafeteria minding my own business—which probably meant keeping my head down, eating my cheese sandwich, and planning my exit strategy. I had no idea what was about to happen.
4 min read
Mar
31
It's Easter Sunday

It's Easter Sunday

As they approach the tomb, they see that the stone has been rolled away. Has someone else come to anoint the body?
9 min read
Mar
30
It's Black Saturday

It's Black Saturday

Dead…gone…hope is lost. All we hoped for is no more. What now? Numb silence. — Steve Fairbanks
Mar
29
It's Good Friday

It's Good Friday

“Unless there is a Good Friday in your life, there can be no Easter Sunday.” —Ven. Fulton Sheen—
4 min read
Mar
28
It's Maundy Thursday

It's Maundy Thursday

As the disciples lounge, leaning toward the table with their feet behind them, away from the table, Jesus picks up a basin and towel. Perhaps we can imagine him walking behind each of his friends, picking up their dirty feet...
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Mar
27
It's Spy Wednesday

It's Spy Wednesday

This unnamed woman gives up her most valuable possession (probably) for the sake of Jesus. For her, Jesus was worthy of this expensive outpouring of this valuable resource. She willingly lowered herself, poured it out, and surrendered herself to anoint the Messiah King.
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Mar
26
It's Holy Tuesday

It's Holy Tuesday

Sunday's celebratory shouts of “Hosanna, hosanna!” were tempered with a seemingly agitated Jesus on Monday. And now, as we stop to reflect on this Holy Tuesday, we can see the sun beginning to set. A most unexpected and unwelcome series of events is about to take place.
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Mar
25
It's Holy Monday

It's Holy Monday

Repentance, prayer, and preparation
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Mar
24
It's Palm Sunday

It's Palm Sunday

As Jesus entered Jerusalem, the crowds spread their clothes and palm branches along the road. So, I guess the day could also be called “Clothes on the Road Sunday,” but that doesn’t have the same ring to it, does it?
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