- The Power of Story: Captivated by the Gospel: Stories help us make sense of where we find ourselves, what has gone wrong with things, and what can be done about it. Stories shape and narrate how we view ourselves. These narratives speak to a deep longing in our hearts, opening the doors of possibility to things that could be. However, most of the narratives that captivate the imaginations of children are nothing more than fanciful myths. (Facts & Trends)
- 5 Errors to Drop from Your Easter Sermon: If you want to help people see Holy Week with fresh eyes, start by dropping these familiar fallacies. (Christianity Today)
- What Gethsemane Teaches Us about Suffering: Who among us hasn’t found ourselves in a situation where the inevitable seems impossible? Where the unavoidable seems unimaginable? Who hasn’t said to God, in so many words, “Remove this cup”? (Religion News Service)
- Forgiving the Unforgiveable in Rwanda: I knew that to really minister to Rwanda’s needs meant working toward reconciliation in the prisons, in the churches, and in the cities and villages throughout the country….It meant feeding the hungry, sheltering the homeless, caring for the young, but it also meant healing the wounded and forgiving the unforgivable. (CNN Religion)
- 10 Words and Phrases You Won’t Believe Are 100 Years Old. I had no idea “postmodernism” has been around this long.
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- Someone finally understands that the parents in Frozen were complete idiots.