Spring is starting to spring in North Texas, and my favorite shrub is blooming: the Japanese quince. Also in the interest of spring, remember that this weekend will bring the new and improved (?!) early start of Daylight Savings Time!
Here are some wonderful photos of baptismal waters.
On Sunday, Songbird had several children join her in the Communion invitation. You must read their words if you haven't.
Preacher Mom took a walk in the woods, hoping to avoid work. Instead, she found a sermon and insight. Go read all about it.
The Psalmist is writing about the Psaltery. She is gifted and lyrical in her hymnal research as a sacred music musician and also as a blessed and gifted writer. Have questions on sacred music? She is your go-to gal for it all. Give her a visit and let her blog serenade you sacredly!
Cathy has a fun online quiz to see how quickly you can name all fifty states. Go see how you stack up.
Lorna has a wonderful post on The Armour of Light.
Sally's been on a study weekend looking at the ethics of death and dying, and April is thinking about the Theology of Breastfeeding.
Carmen is Thinking on Thin Places and wonders what you think.
St. Casserole is on Sabbatical, hooray! but shares a sermon with us, anyway.
Remember Abi in your prayers; her grandfather died and she will be doing the funeral in Florida this weekend. And before and after that, she will be travelling all over the place and doing scads of other things.
Anyone out there working on a sermon for this Sunday? Go visit the Lectionary Leanings post and comments, and let us hear what you're working on.
Here's hoping you'll all hear birdsong soon!