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Blog Entry | Inspiration >
While on the cross, Jesus spoke a number of times. The following is from a sermon by Owen Bourgaize. The first word “Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing” (Luke 23:34). “Forgive them” said Jesus. Who, I wonder, was Jesus referring to? There were many groups of people around the Cross. Closest to him would have been the execution party, soldiers of the Roman garrison, coarsened by discipline and cruelty. They ha»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
In His great goodness, God decided to put a cross on my back and on my husband's and is allowing us to walk through Holy Week with His Son.Eldest Son has not been doing well mentally. There were a number of us concerned about him, and we were talking about doing sort of an intervention to see if we could get him to agree to see a counselor.And things just fell off a cliff.Eldest Son started talking about stuff that didn't make any sense, bought a»
Blog Entry | Church Leadership >
Holy Week and Easter Holiday Week are not synonymous. The hubbub of the holiday often hides the holy. All the egg hunts, chocolate bunnies, special lunches, great sales, new outfits, pastel Peeps, cute crafts, and jam-packed church services can crowd out the risen Christ. Your company doesn’t give you a day off so you spend Maundy Thursday and Good Friday evenings frantically shopping and baking and coordinating instead of preparing your heart.»
Blog Entry | Family >
Holy week is here. In keeping with the tradition of my blog, here is a poem and prayer from my dad.  Have a beautiful and blessed Easter.~LoriDear Jesus,That day is fast approachingThere is no place to hide.That day filled with your sufferingMy tears well up inside.It happened on a FridayHow can we call it good?When you obeyed our Father’s wayUpon the cross of unyielding wood.Now your cross is my crossI feel your awful agony.The thorns, the»
Blog Entry | Evangelism >
Today I bring you the final installment for my Lenten series of Facebook Covers/Social Media Images, as well as some Holy Week and Easter images. I pray that your Holy Week will be one that is transformative  and meaningful. God Bless you on your journey. Cyndi(to download any image right click and save as") 5th Sunday of Lent (A)  Palm Sunday Holy Thursday Good Friday Easter»
Blog Entry | Youth >
This week I began a Social Media conversation called #myeasterstory2013. I used this on my primary social media accounts: Twitter/Instagram/Facebook and used each day of Holy week as an opportunity to help others either reflect or discover the meaning behind Easter. I had some great opportunities to chat with people on facebook and also in real time as a result of coupling art depictions of Holy Week, alongside of Scripture, and personal ah ha mo»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
For believers in Christ, this week is referred to as "Holy Week". Most would agree that the name is very appropriate for such a sacred time. It is a time to review the scriptures that chronicle the events that led up to the crucifixion of our Savior. It is important for each of us to understand what took place and why it was absolutely necessary. It is also a time to reflect on what that means to you personally. It is a time to meditate on His Wo»
Blog Entry | Moms >
This has been kind of a strange holy week this year--probably because Easter is so early, it snuck up on me.  Every now and then my thoughts stray back to that one week in history that changed everything.  A few years ago, I blogged through holy week, and I do like to go back and read those posts again each year, so I thought you might like to as well. And so, for your reading pleasure, Holy Week:Monday: Driving out the money changers ...I love»
Blog Entry | Blogs >
Instead of my usual lengthy post today, I just wanted to take a moment to reflect on the upcoming week. As you know we have now entered Holy Week. The week in which we celebrate the events leading up to Jesus’ death and resurrection. I have always liked Easter, not because I like chocolate bunnies, marshmellow chicks, or brightly colored candy eggs. Even though I must admit that I am a sucker for the Resse’s Peanut Butter Eggs this time of th»
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Photo by Bakar_88 Mark 16:1-8 - When the Sabbath was past, Mary Magdalene and Mary the mother of James and Salome bought spices, so that they might go and anoint him. And very early on the first day of the week, when the sun had risen, they went to the tomb. And they were saying to one another, “Who will roll away the stone for us from the entrance of the tomb?” And looking up, they saw that the stone had been rolled back—it was very la»