Mr. T’s Twitter account is great (@MrT). He tweets Bible verses and great words of encouragement. On Easter Sunday, Mr. T tweeted a video of his two-minute sermon.
Happy Easter, Happy Resurrection Day: Jesus is alive, and He has Risen! pic.twitter.com/zAu4FMDgm1—… Read the rest
February 7th is “National Send a Card to a Friend Day“.
What a wonderful notion. Send a random card to someone you know. You could take the YouVersion verse of the day, write it on a card, and mail it to a friend.… Read the rest
I just completed designing this year’s bookmarks for the weekly lectionary readings.» Download my lectionary printable bookmarks in PDF format.
Why did I develop these bookmarks?
Most denominations have a regular schedule of what is read from the Bible in Sunday church services.… Read the rest
Downtown Chicago is home to the world’s highest chapel. The Chicago Temple skyscraper has a worship space at 400 feet above the ground.
Architecture critic Blair Kamin tweeted an image of the Chicago Temple. Highlighting rectangle is mine.
This church is across the street from one of my favorite public artworks, the Picasso.… Read the rest
I absolutely love this tweet by former Britannica editor, John M. Cunningham.
A painting of Martin Luther who just nailed his 95 theses to the door. Across the image is the text in all caps MARTIN LUTHER’S NINETY-FIVE THESESJohn tweets “Yeah, I’m into NFT”.… Read the rest
The concept of time is so fascinating. Getting your arms around time is so challenging because we are so immersed in it. Time rules our lives. Most things we do are guided by time. In many cases, not just guided, but restricted by time.… Read the rest
2021 Lent devotional
Missing out on your Lent devotion book from church? Here’s a free PDF booklet you can print out at home!
With many people staying at home from church, you may not have the opportunity to pick up an Lent devotion book.… Read the rest
When completing a maze, instead of drawing a line through the maze, what if you wrote a series of Bible verses? If the maze is long enough, perhaps a chapter from the Bible, or a Psalm.
The Psalm would bend and turn throughout the maze.… Read the rest
Tonight on January 21, 2021, at 9:21:21 p.m., it will be the 21st second of the 21st minute of the 21st hour of the 21st day of the 21st year of the 21st century.
Time to read the 21st book of the Bible, Ecclesiastes!… Read the rest
Oops. The lectionary bookmarks I have up on this site had the wrong verses for the Catholic readings. This is now corrected, the updated bookmarks are available.
In the past I used catholic-resources.org for the Catholic list of lectionary verses.… Read the rest