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Easter is FIFTY Days

Easter is FIFTY Days

Easter is not a day; Easter is not a week; Easter is 50 Days – 8 Sundays… concluded on the Day of Pentecost. 50 is 7×7+1 8 is the day outside time (beyond the sequence of 7); 8 is the number of those on the ark;… Facebook limits the number of days that an event… Continue Reading

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20,000 Comments

20,000 Comments

Recently, this site passed the point of having 20,000 comments. This isn’t a site with a lot of discussion – you are always welcome (of course) to discuss, add your ideas, debate even… One of the great things – when I look at other sites with a lot of debating – is that on this… Continue Reading

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The Prayer Wheel

The Prayer Wheel

The Prayer Wheel: A Daily Guide to Renewing Your Faith with a Rediscovered Spiritual Practice – by Patton Dodd,‎ Jana Riess,‎ David Van Biema. This medieval (900 years old) prayer wheel was recently rediscovered. It takes four basic Christian texts – the Lord’s Prayer, the Gifts of the Holy Spirit, scenes from the life of… Continue Reading

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First Facebook Live Video Jesus and the Leper

First Facebook Live Video Jesus and the Leper

Yesterday I said I would try and see how Facebook Live video works. Here is my first attempt. Do comment, like, share, etc. Jesus Cleanses a Leper I'm reflecting on Sunday's Gospel Mark 1:40-45 Posted by Liturgy on Friday, 9 February 2018 If you appreciated this post, consider liking the liturgy facebook page, using the… Continue Reading

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Facebook Changes

Facebook Changes

Social media keeps changing. In the facebook world, Mark Zuckerberg’s recent post made waves: we’re making a major change to how we build Facebook. I’m changing the goal I give our product teams from focusing on helping you find relevant content to helping you have more meaningful social interactions. We started making changes in this… Continue Reading

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Rambling

Rambling

On his website, Bishop Kelvin Wright described being with his daughter for Christmas in a township with “playgrounds everywhere and four new primary schools, each with a roll of over 700 children, and an impressive new high school has just finished its first year.” In trying to see where they would go to church for… Continue Reading

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Spread the Word

Spread the Word

The above very funny, two-and-a-half-minute police-recruitment video (with real police, not actors) reached 14 million people with its message of needing more police and especially from diverse backgrounds. It is working. So where are the churches’ versions? Encouraging people to consider church as a job/career/vocation? Encouraging people to join church? The videos about women in… Continue Reading

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