There were a considerable number of good things to read on the web last week, with a special section just for Easter.
Marcus Goodyear’s “The Poetry of Money.”
Two by Melissa at All the Words: “En route” and "What Face Now."
Two by Justinian: “Brokenness” and “Not too sure.”
“Chew on This” by nAncY at Poems and Prayers.
“Redemption” by Susan Etole at Just…A Moment.
“Short,” by Kelly Langner Sauer.
“Reason to Write” by Phoenix Karenee.
“Pieces” by David Rupert.
"Acid Washed Love" by Phoenix Karenee.
And two sonnets:
“To That Humble Cot Upon Which I Daily Lay My Head” by Erin Kilmer at Together For Good.
"Lenten Sonnet" by David Koyzis at Evangel.
An Easter egg hunt. “Finders and Hiders,” by Billy Coffey at The Master’s Artist.
Chrystie Cole's “The Whole Earth Sings.”
“Does Christ Have Fans or Followers: On the Road to Calvary” by Ann Voskamp at A Holy Experience.
“Easter: Expectations” by Shaun Groves.
“The Real Meaning of Easter?” By Chaplain Mike at InternetMonk.
“A Son’s Wisdom,” another good one by Billy Coffey.
“Peeps: The Epic Battle,” a review of Easter candy by Kathy Richards.
"Good Friday," by Sarah M. Salter. Great collection of Easter songs on YouTube.
"One Brilliant Show," by David Rupert at Red-Letter Believers.
There are a lot of videos about Good Friday and Easter posted this week; this is one of the best I’ve seen. “It’s Friday, but Sunday’s Coming,” the famous sermon put to video and posted at Christian Manifesto. Really, really, good.
Louise Gallagher at Recover Your Joy: “If you don’t like what you’re doing: Stop it!” and “Leaving the World Better Off.”
“I Was Normal, Then I Wrote My First Story,” by K.M. Weiland at The Master’s Artist.
“Top 10 Worst Creativity Tips of All Time,” by Demian Farnworth via Kathy Richards
“Whitman at Gettysburg,” by Andy Whitman at The Image Journal.
“10 Things I Did on My Retreat,” by Cassandra Frear.