Category Archives: Easter

Here’s An Unusual Consideration for Holy Week

Today is the Thursday of Passion Week. The next three days call us to remember Christ’s death, burial, and resurrection from the dead. This day before Good Friday is known among liturgical churches as Maundy Thursday and commemorates our Lord’s … Continue reading

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Are You Passionate in your Worship of Jesus?

Today is “Palm Sunday” and marks the start of the beginning of “Holy Week,” in our Christian faith and practice. On this day we remember the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem and the events of what is often called “Passion Week.” … Continue reading

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The Hope of Holy Week

We recently downsized and moved to a smaller home. Even though we had tried to give away or throw away much of the extraneous “stuff” we had seemed to acquire over the years before the moving van came, there were … Continue reading

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A Pentecostal Takes a New Look at Lent

As one raised and trained in non-liturgical, evangelical, and Pentecostal environments, the observance of Lent has never been much on my religious radar. I recall seeing some kids in school or friends at work that showed up one day with … Continue reading

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