Tag Archives: Last Supper

Communion Feasting: Strong Bread and Strong Wine

[Our church served communion this weekend, so I thought this 2014 post was appropriate.] The communion bread I picked up from the tray was about a tenth the size of my thumbnail, like all the other uniform pieces laying there. … Continue reading

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The Last Supper: lessons of love for the Apostles and you

[From the archives, a look at lessons Jesus taught before and after Easter Sunday.] Getting Personal John paints a portrait of Jesus in words of love. Not so much about John’s love for his Savior, but words of his Savior’s love … Continue reading

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Doesn’t Everyone Want A Front Row Seat?

I taught the high school class at church for years. No one sat in the front row. Why we even set up a front row of chairs is a mystery, but I suppose if we didn’t then the second row would … Continue reading

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We Are All Zombies

[Dana Tuttle and I have both written posts for Aimee Byrd’s Housewife Theologian, although Dana’s have a habit of always being about historical women who have been killed for their faith. Get beheaded and Dana might write about you too. Here … Continue reading

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Sunday School – When God Gave Thanks

While they were eating, Jesus took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it and gave it to his disciples, saying, “Take and eat; this is my body.”Then he took a cup, and when he had given thanks, … Continue reading

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Teeny Sips and Stale Crumbs or Hunks of Bread and Mouthfuls of Port?

The communion bread I picked up from the tray was about a tenth the size of my thumbnail, like all the other uniform pieces laying there. The tiny plastic cup I removed from the same tray had a tiny bit of … Continue reading

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