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Maundy Thursday: Inspirational Holy Week Stories for an Extraordinary Season…

posted by Joan Ball
Wondering about the meaning of Holy Week and Easter? A new friend and talented author, pastor, artist Dr. David McDonald, has created a helpful site called The Common Truth: Ordinary Stories for an Extraordinary Season that offers thought-provoking daily reflections and inspirational Easter season stories for Palm SundayFig MondayGreat TuesdaySpy Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday and Easter Sunday.
Check out a Maundy Thursday story here…
And if you are interested in learning more about the earlier days of Holy Week check out a Fig Monday story here…

Great Tuesday story here…

And a Spy Wednesday story here…

 

Visit The Common Truth or keep up with David on his blog or at Westwinds Community Church

 



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