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Beliefnet’s Easter Offerings (Max Lucado, Anne Lamott & More)

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Beliefnet has some wonderful offerings to help make your Easter season more meaningful.
For the days preceding Easter, writer Kimberly Winston’s “Lent Prayers for the Light” focuses on the hope of Easter and offers tips on how to use a Protestant rosary.
There is also a powerful meditation, “Bitter Journey: Way of the Cross” based on the Stations of the Cross and the lamentations of Good Friday.
For those who need help with the practical preparations, there’s a gallery of Easter Dinner Recipes
And in honor of Easter, author Max Lucado’s “Easter: The Story of Jesus’ Resurrection” is based on excerpts from his new book, “His Name is Jesus.”
In addition, writer Anne Lamott shares how her own experiences help her believe in Jesus’ Resurrection in “Experiencing a New Life” and Therese Borchard tells readers how to make the message of Easter part of everyday life in “Nine Ways to Live the Resurrection.”



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Gerard Nadal

posted April 11, 2009 at 10:54 am


Steven,
A Blessed Passover to you and your family!



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Gerard Nadal

posted April 11, 2009 at 11:02 am


To All of the Denizens of Steven’s Site,
A Blessed Passover and Easter to you all! My many thanks for all of the thought-provoking and stimulating posts through the year. For any with whom I have had sharp exchanges, these issues pale in comparison to the respect I have for you. Enjoy this time, one and all!



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Steven Waldman

posted April 11, 2009 at 2:18 pm


thank you gerard. a blessed easter to you . and thank you — and all other posters — for your thoughtful insights throughout the year



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