Archive for April, 2018

April 17 Edevotional

This week, in the lectionary readings for the Easter season, we move from Jesus’ resurrection appearances as recorded by Luke, to John’s Gospel and the more mystical sayings of Jesus to the disciples before he is to die. John writes as if Jesus is almost desperate to help the followers understand their way to a […]

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Making Meaning: The Lord’s Prayer

On Sunday, we began a study of the Lord’s prayer with the 3-5th and 6-7th grades. This week’s 5 minute faith activity includes a collection of activities to help people of all ages learn and understand the Lord’s Prayer. Read: The Lord’s Prayer is found in the Gospels of Matthew (6:9-13) and Luke (11:2-4). Discuss: […]

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April 11 Edevotional

“Peace be with you.” After he said this, he showed them his hands and his side. When the disciples saw the Lord, they were filled with joy. John 20:20 Joy is a form of resistance. This is what my colleague shared that she heard at a conference on white privilege and the struggle for dismantling […]

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April 4 Edevotional

The Psalm for this Sunday reads, “How very good and pleasant it is when kindred live together in unity! It is like the precious oil on the head, running down…” Psalm 133:1, 2 It is like the unnamed woman crashing the dinner party where Jesus is at the table. She must have gone under the […]

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So??? Eastertide Week 1

Christ is Risen! Yesterday we celebrated Easter Sunday with flowers, music, egg hunts and the Good News of the empty tomb. Today it is back to school, work, and “normal.” But does it have to be? The church calendar dedicates seven Sundays to Easter – which always surprises children. This week, you are invited to […]

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