speaking of resurrection

April 7, 2009

Last week, I mentioned the value of expanding our celebration and reflection of Easter beyond a few hours on Sunday morning. For those traditions that follow the church calendar, the celebration of Easter goes on for six weeks until Pentecost. Christine Sine has developed another excellent resource — this time it’s a guide for reflecting […]

come anticipate the resurrection with me

March 31, 2009

I have set up a means for you to celebrate and anticipate the resurrection of Easter with me. But first, a little background… Easter is the most sacred of Christian holidays, marked by our community celebrations of the resurrection on Easter Sunday. But it should also be marked by anticipation before that Sunday, and reflection […]

the fourth third

March 22, 2008

There is an adage that celebrities always die in threes. It doesn’t apply to hard drives. A week and a half ago, my buddy JJ called me asking me if I knew how he might recover files off his MacBook hard drive that had just crashed. I didn’t. Last I heard, he was buried in […]

of tulips and resurrection

April 7, 2007

As I pointed out last year, the beauty of spring in the Pacific NW braings a new richness to Easter for me: Being aware of spring is giving me a refreshing anticipation of Easter. The new life reaching out of the soil is a very fitting reminder of what Easter is about. The geological and […]

prayer wall

April 7, 2007

In celebration of holy week, we partnered with another church in the area to create an experience called Journey to the Cross. At the end of the journey, there was a wall for people to write prayers of celebration, heartache, or thanks. The video below is a time lapse capturing the prayers as they were […]