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A blessed Holy Week
Find a quiet place and
read 3 Acts of Hope (Will Costello in the Cripplegate).
The first half is probably most meaningful even if you don’t have time to read
the whole piece.
Balance and perspective… C.S. Lewis and COVID-19 (James White in ChurchLeaders).
Leave your grandkids laughing (or
groaning)… 10 Eggselent Easter Puns That Will Crack Your Kids Up (Megan Briggs in ChurchLeaders).
This week’s “retired” devotion: “What’s Going on Here Anyway?” from 2007.
And just in case you run out of things
to do…Ten Surprising Facts About Everyday Household Objects (Amy Azzarito in Smithsonian Magazine/Weekend A La Cart).
“The Lord is good to those who look to him for help. It is good to wait
quietly for the Lord to save” (Lam. 3:25-26 ICB).
April 9, 2020
Scroll down for the previous issue.
What good are you? See When Old, They Still Bear Fruit (James Faris in ChurchLeaders).
This week’s “retired” devotion: “Wholly Weak” from 2003.
And because this week’s bulletin
lacks a little content, maybe you haven’t seen “A Lot of Foolishness Going On” from April 1, 2008.
Humility… The Character of the Christian (Challies).
“The Lord is good to those who look to
him for help. It is good to wait quietly for the Lord to save” (Lam. 3:25-26 ICB).
April 2, 2020
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