Good morning, preachers and friendly onlookers!
It's Transfiguration Eve! Do you know where your sermon is?
I'm settling in with a mug of Emergen-C, trying to fend off a sniffle. I'll be preaching the Transfiguration for the eighth year in a row and trying to find something new to say about it. You might want to check out our great discussion from Tuesday and see what others think.
Here in the U.S. it's a three-day weekend as we observe President's Day on Monday. In some areas the world is transfigured by snow. We may wonder who will show up at church.
Will St. Valentine make an appearance at some point?
I'm serving coffee and oatmeal over here, but later I feel sure there will be holiday-themed treats. You know, Transfiguration Meringues and those shape cookies of Moses and Elijah. Do you like them with frosting, or sprinkles?
Clearly, your hostess needs coffee.
Join us in the comments. Let us know what you're writing, what you're juggling, how you're handling the children's message and especially whether you've found some difference in Luke's account that makes for a brilliant piece of interpretation. :-)
We can do it! T-Fig! T-Fig! T-Fig!!!!!