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Wednesday, April 03, 2013

Wednesday Festival

This is a short Wednesday Festival – please feel free to tag your own blog in the comments if you would like people to engage something over there.  

Most of these are here because the authors posted a link on Facebook and I read them that way.  

The weather keeps swinging like a wild pendulum here and my head is about to explode, so here’s the list for this week before I head to bed with allergy meds. Ha - I'm a poet tonight.

This looks like a great idea for Lent – a sermon series on Stewardship from all different angles.  I have a friend who did something very similar this Lent with guest speakers. 

Jules has written about her Easter day.  She gave me much to consider as I moved through a tough day with my family. Someone commented on FB about feeling like a cuckoo in another nest - so relating to that!

Sabbath in the Suburbs was a book I highlighted last time I did the WedFest.  I led a Friday night study on it during Lent but will probably never get around to writing it up on my blog.  The book was very well received in my place with a lot of “best practices” shared from parents of all aged children.  I highly recommend it to you.  MaryAnn posted about someone else leading a group on the last link.  April did a great blog post on it and her thoughts are here.

50 Days of Easter – here’s your invitation to be fabulous for all 50 days!!  The RevGals here have a FB page for you to join in the fun.  Where God Hides His Holiness is on my Easter season reading list.  

A bishop I know says that it is as sinful not to feast in a season of feasting as it is not to fast in a season of fasting.  I think the allergy meds are kicking in (-:  Here’s something for you to feast your eyes upon!  If you make these, please come back and comment here, so I can live vicariously through you!!

Happy Easter.  The Lord is Risen indeed.  Alleluia!

1 comment:

  1. I finally got around to blogging about a bumper sticker that started appearing in my area about a year ago, and which appears to be wildly popular...I tracked down its source at last!


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