Here are some articles on Holy Week that I want to share:
From David Lose at ...in the meantime - Why "Maundy" Thursday?
If you've ever wondered about the names of the days during Holy Week, especially what "Maundy" means, just click the link, do some reading, and then you'll know.
From Christianity.com - What's so Good about Good Friday?
Part Two of the name of the day question.
From Steadfast Lutherans.org - Redeeming Holy Days from Pagan Lies - Easter part 2
In which the author explains where did the name "Easter" come from?
He also covers a lot of other topics. BTW, don't miss part 1.
From Heidi Neumark - Holy Thursday and We Weren't Really Expecting Jesus
A story about how inclusive our meals can be.
and finally, from Matthew Hauge at Bible Study and the Christian Life - Today You Will Be with Me in Paradise
A theological look at one of Jesus' last words from the Cross, and what it may mean for us when we die. This site, Bible and the Study of the Christian Life, is fast becoming a favorite of mine. Lots of interesting studies on different topics in our understanding of God's Word.
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Pastor Brian Robert Campbell has served at Our Savior's and Emmanuel since August 1, 2011, and began serving Nazareth on December 1, 2015.
Pastor Brian is originally from Saginaw, Michigan. He graduated from Alma College with a B.A. in Business Administration, and worked for the Saginaw Public Schools' Community Education Department for 17 years before answering the call to ministry. He graduated with a M. Div. from the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg in 2011. ONE in Christ Lutheran Parish is his first call.
He is the only child of Robert and Charlotte Campbell, both who have entered the Church Eternal.
He is accompanied in ministry by his faithful bulldogge Ananias, who regularly writes for our newsletter. His articles are archived here.
He is a fan of sports teams from his native Michigan, especially the Tigers and the Lions. But we tolerate him despite that.
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