Remembering Holy Week

Five devotional stories for Holy Week

If the events leading up to Easter seem overfamiliar, distant, or irrelevant to you, “Remembering Holy Week” will bring the stories to life.
Through five daily readings, this free devotional takes an imaginative look at five people who honored Christ during his last days on Earth. They’ve been called many things—common, wasteful, outcast, overbearing, criminal—but they’ve never been called heroes. They were unremarkable people who honored Christ in remarkable ways.As you prepare your heart for Easter, you will discover that no matter how you honor Christ, it is never too insignificant, too messy, or too late.

"I read these to my boys for morning devotions. Can you please compile these Easter stories into a printed book? I would buy a box full!!~ PearlRemembering Holy Week is a fun, fresh twist on familiar stories. It allows you to see the the story of Holy Week from a new perspective and prepare your heart for the coming of the Easter. ~ Alana Dawson, writer at www.AlanaDawson.comI will never read about Holy Week with the same dull imagination I limited myself to. The Spirit played out each scene in my mind in a way I have not experienced before. The author is not only gifted, talented and creative, but the anointing on her work has certainly expanded my understanding and appreciation for what Jesus did, and who God used to orchestrate it. The message is forever planted in my soul. ~ DebI saw myself in the events of Holy Week and realized anew I, too, was on Jesus’ mind and the reason He went to the cross. My ordinary life is important to Him also. ~ CarolinaShauna’s words are beautifully written as she examines the Easter story in a way we don’t normally look at it. The way she intertwines the Word of God with her devotional reflections and helps us see a well-known story in a new light. Shauna shows us the people of the Bible experienced the same emotions and thoughts we do today. This reminds us that the Bible, though written thousands of years ago, is still alive and full of new lessons to learn. ~ TanaI needed to be reminded that even though we don’t feel worthy to honor Him, He is always accepting of whatever gifts we have to offer. I enjoyed reading. ~ PennyRemembering Holy Week has been a timely reminder to this battle weary momma. I’m reminded that the Lord uses our wild, unruly spirit for His kingdom, that insufficiencies are a reminder of His mercy, that liberation looks unique to every person, that there is freedom in dependence on the Lord, and that courage can look more like a crock pot than a microwave. Shauna’s words are penned in a way that transports us to the scenes of Holy Week. An amazing family read aloud. ~ YvonneThank you for adding to my devotional time this Holy Week. I love your attention to detail when telling these stories. ~ MaryI love that feeling when the old, familiar becomes new and exciting. I love how God’s Word hits you in a different spot continually throughout life. ~ Shelli"
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