As such, I tend to ask a lot of questions, and then launch into a quest to find a meaningful answer.
Easter presents just such an opportunity. What is Easter all about? Is it really all about new dresses, bunny rabbits, colorful Easter eggs, and candy? Or...is there something profound, that perhaps our culture has missed in some way?
As a reader of this blog, I am inviting you to join me in reading the book, “The Cross He Bore”, by Frederick S. Leahy. The book is arranged in thirteen short, and easy to read meditations.
On March 29th, I will begin to read the first of these meditations, and then post about it here for 13 successive days, up to and through Good Friday.
In addition, I will also be linking to Tim Challies (founder of this reading), who is likely to have hundreds of people from all over the world, joining the conversation around this text. Further still, I have purchased 4 extra copies that I will be sending to a few friends to read.
I hope you will join me. If not, I hope that you will put your life on pause long enough to contemplate this important question.
Don't forget, buy the book, and come back here on March 29th to begin our conversation!