It appears this year we won't have all those Easter Sunday traditions we've all come to know and love. No Easter brunches. No egg hunts. No new Easter clothes and cute shoes to flaunt in public. No family get togethers. No on-site worship services singing songs together in celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. … Continue reading Easter Sunday in the Twilight Zone
By a Carpenter mankind was made, and only by that Carpenter can mankind be remade. ~Desiderius Erasmus Have you ever wondered about the juxtaposition of the Creator of the Universe's choice of professions when he assimilated himself into humankind in the form of a carpenter? Of all the professions available during that time, why a … Continue reading Just a carpenter
Do you wear a cross necklace? If not, you probably know someone who does. Do you ever wonder why? I'm not going to debate whether a cross is a pagan symbol for various Sun-deities. Nor, am I going to debate whether Christians should or shouldn't wear a cross. I'm also not going to debate whether Jesus was … Continue reading Why I wear a cross
The year is marching along and here it is already the end of April. And that means it's time for PJ's photo challenge. This month's prompt was Family and Friends. With Easter falling within the first week, there was no shortage of family shots from which to choose. So, unlike past months, this time I'm going to be very … Continue reading April Photo Blogging Challenge
Texture by Kim Klassen; 0216 Magic When God forgives, he at once restores. ~Theodore Epp Liturgy. The word most likely conjures up negative impressions of stuffy, stale religious services that don't really speak to our enlightened, contemporary culture. By definition, liturgy means: a customary repertoire of ideas, phrases, or observances; a prescribed form for public religious worship. Now, admit it...your … Continue reading What is the Liturgy of your Life?