Looking Ahead at EDN Posts—A True Potpourri of Insights
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Looking Ahead at EDN Posts—A True Potpourri of Insights

On Sunday, Harvey Brown started our week off with a sometimes hilarious but certainly pointed observation of how we get in our own way, our best efforts notwithstanding. Downplaying his own personal wisdom, he nevertheless offers biblical wisdom to us. If we know anything about the Book of Esther, it’s how God’s providence works. Monday finds Bruce…

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Looking at what’s ahead on the Energion Discussion Network

Today, Allan Bevere gets the work week started with adjusting our focus from the mundane to the heavenly to gain God’s perspective on our world. We’ll try to maintain that godly perspective through the rest of the week. Now that our sleeves are rolled up, Bob LaRochelle suggests we dig deeply into the great offerings right…

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“Good Reads” this week on the Energion Discussion Network

Today Bruce Epperly shares with us his joys of being a grandparent, and how important this role is, not just for the grandchildren, but for grandparents, as well. If you are one, or probably will be one someday, you’ll appreciate his insights. Tuesday, Elgin Hushbeck looks at how stereotyping can become a breach of the…

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The Energion Discussion Network continues to offer thoughtful analyses

We have more great posts to look forward to this week: Today, Allan Bevere calls our attention to the role the interpreter plays in interpreting a text. Tuesday, Bob LaRochelle asks us to consider serious study of denominations different from our own in order to broaden our own perspective and appreciate the differences. Wednesday, Drew…

What’s Happened to Easter?
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What’s Happened to Easter?

We recently asked at the Energion Discussion Network blog, “Is there a war on Christmas?” Today, the same might be asked about Easter. But Bill Tuck suggests that, unlike Christmas, Easter suffers from benign neglect. See if you agree with him.  https://energion.co/discuss/2016/03/16/whats-happened-to-easter/ https://energion.co/discuss/2016/03/16/whats-happened-to-easter/

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This week on the Energion Discussion Network

MONDAY: In this political season, we are reminded of how different Christian values are from those of too many politicians. So different, in fact, that this often drives good people out of politics—like Allan Bevere. TUESDAY: “What’s happened to Easter?” Good question. In comparison to Christmas, Easter is hardly noticed. Bill Tuck wants to change…

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Today is World Hospice and Palliative Care Day

Today is World Hospice and Palliative Care Day. One of the most innovative and life-enhancing aspects of modern healthcare is the hospice movement. Jody Neufeld, a now-retired practitioner in providing hospice care as a Registered Nurse, looks over her career and shares some practical advice and wisdom for those of us (meaning most of us)…