Easter has crept up on me! It’s next week and I haven’t given much thought to it. No planning done for the church dinner or Easter egg hunting. No thought given to the sacrifice Jesus made for me. So, I dug out two Easter favorites of mine. I encourage you to read these books as they take you into another perspective of Easter. The Three Trees: A Traditional Folktale prompts you to consider the tree God chose for His Son to die on, while Simon and the Easter Miracle takes you through the journey of the man carrying the cross for Jesus when He was too weak to continue. This man had no idea that his journey into town to sell goods would lead to this experience. Read the books and let me know what you think of them.
Now it’s time for Literacy Musing Mondays!
Ashley @Circling the Story
Mary @Maryandering Creatively
Last Week’s Top Clicked Post!
In this review, we learn about a great resource for women’s ministries or personal libraries. If you want a book that will help you grow your relationship with Christ, then, check out this great review.
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