As many of you know, Miss Emma was sick on Sunday so we headed out right after class to go home and limit the exposure of her germs. Unfortunately, I think I got the full brunt of those germs and so I haven’t had quite the energy I usually have to give to this update. So, I’d love for you all to post your comments, questions, and whatever else. Tell me about the service on Sunday and your thoughts from the sermon/music – cause I missed it. Dang it!
Here are the texts: http://divinity.library.vanderbilt.edu/lectionary/CEpiphany/cEpiphany4.htm
Our friend, Bruce Puckett, informed me of another resource that you might enjoy as well. It is daily readings from the lectionary – for daily devotions. Check it out – I’ll link this week’s readings. http://satucket.com/lectionary/1epiph3.htm
In light of our conversation last week on the topic of compassion, I encourage you to sign up to attend the World Feast in a couple of weeks. It will be a challenging experience – and one that will help educate us all to the needs of our world. Please come. I think it will change you, even in just a small way. You can email Donna in the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot. The cost is either $2 or a canned good (or both).
Todd Maberry had a suggestion that I thought might be a good little project for us. I’ll be putting together the devotional guide for the Lenten season that is coming up in a few weeks. If anyone is interested in reading some of the texts and helping me put together some resources for the church, I would welcome your suggestions.
I look forward to hearing (reading) your comments about last week – or perhaps leading up to the discussion this week. You guys truly make me look forward to our class each week and I hope you are finding it to be a thought-provoking and challenging time.
Your fellow traveler,