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The Work of Easter –Aotearoa / New Zealand … words of Rosalie Sugrue

Rosalie Sugrue writes — inspired by my “Work of Easter” a couple days ago and her own context! With thanks to Thurman and Tirabassi (A note to those down under: too many words for Jim Strathdee’s tune) When the song … Continue reading

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The Work of Easter, after Howard Thurman

When the lilies lose their petals, when trumpets are quiet, new shoes scuffed, chocolate eggs melted by small fingers, bunnies returned to the shelter, and sermons start to doubt themselves, the work of Easter begins — to offer spring cleaning … Continue reading

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