Koinonia Newsletter — April 2023
It keeps getting better and better!
During the first week of April, we asked our writers’ group on Facebook to share posts related to Jesus, his disciples, Easter, and Holy Week. Here is a sampling of the many interesting stories we got to read as Easter weekend approached. (Please visit our publication for more terrific stories every day.)
Holy Week Stories
The Forgotten Truth About Easter by Nils von Kalm
God’s Promise Arrives as a Pure Gift by Mary Gallagher
Holy Tuesday by S.E. Fairbanks
This Holy Week is Like the First One by Joseph Serwach
Jesus Reaches the Canceled by Julie Ranson
We Destroyed a Priceless Book in the Human Library by Elizabeth Clark
Let’s Reflect on the Wednesday of Holy Week by Paul Walker
Assorted Topics Our Writers Think You’ll Love
Is it really “the worst?” Lori Wangler tackles the question in It’s the Worst.
Imagine the Intimacy When Words Are No Longer Necessary by Rod Semple
Words, the Freight They Haul in the Kingdom by Terry R Blankenship
How to Live, Love, and Lead From the Power of God’s Abundance by Sarah K. Butterfield
The Past You Must Never Forget by Joseph Anwana
Count the Cost Because Everything Comes with a Price by Mary Gallagher
Katharine Trauger shares how her family related to her after she found salvation in When I Needed True Manna
“Dead is Dead” — Why Holy Saturday REALLY Matters for Christians by Paul Walker
This Ancient Homily Reveals His Plan by Joseph Serwach
Is It True That Everything Happens for a Reason? by Kimberley Payne
Are Christians Held to a Higher Standard? by Jenny Calvert
Our writers want you to know about these special things:
Bonnie Blaylock’s debut historical novel was published Dec 2022. Set in the 1930s, it’s about literacy, forgiveness & the strength of community. It’s listed on Amazon.
Jenny Alexander has a book out on Amazon. On the Road to Recovery: Overcoming 10 Common Speed Bumps Post-Divorce
Kimberley Payne’s book, A Moment in Time, is currently free on Amazon May 1–3.
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