My boarding school kids are home, the Djiboutian national track and field championships are in fully swing and Girls Run 2 is right in the thick of things, there are numerous crisis with local friends. I am infinitely grateful for Easter. But I don’t have fresh words for it this year. Here are Easter re-posts.
The Tender Season In the middle of brokenness, why do I need Easter?
During this tender season when emotions are bubbling over, there is no getting around the feeling of it. Easter is not a familiar, chocolate bunny holiday. It is shocking and scandalous and earth-shattering and I feel my need for Jesus.
How Islam Prepared Me For Lent Ramadan lessons for fasting during Lent
After living among these Islamic traditions, these months of anticipation and spiritual emphasis, communal rituals, and the celebrations that come at the end of a period of trial, when I was invited to an Ash Wednesday service, I was eager to attend.
Never Dead Enough (at SheLoves) when is something too dead even for God?
Come to the God of the living. Come. Bring your dead and dying things. Bring them here, where there is no more sting.
Can you find the hidden Easter eggs around our water tank and drinking jugs and bougainvillea petals?
Care to share your own favorite Easter essays or blog posts over the years? Feel free to share them in the comments so they don’t disappear down the drain of a flooded internet. I’d love to read your words since I’m out of my own.