Welcome to Friday Favorites! As we continue seeking hope and courage in the middle of a pandemic, Prasanta Verma and I bring you a round-up of posts and podcasts to help you on this journey. Enjoy liturgy, words of faith, writing encouragement, homeschooling tips, and more.
Blessings to you . . . and keep the faith.
A Liturgy During a Pandemic via Porter C. Taylor (a meaningful liturgy for groups or individuals)
Giving Up via Taryn R. Hutchison (When Lent started, Taryn knew what she wanted to give up. What she actually gave up was something altogether different; something more. You gave it up, too.)
How to Fight an Unseen Enemy via Shelly Wildman (what do we need to remember about God in these times?)
Stand Against Anti-Asian Racism in The Time of COVID-19 via Tasha Jun (every human being is made in the Imago Dei and is worthy of being treated as such; an invitation to take a stand)
Civic Housekeeping + Dietrich Bonhoeffer with Laura Fabrycky via Ashley Hales (now more than ever, we need the lessons Fabrycky brings us from Bonhoeffer’s life)
Poet Laura: Keeping Your Distance with Emily Dickinson via Tania Runyan (finding depth even in distance)
The Myth of Perfect Writing Locations via Erica Wright (do writers really need a “room of their own?”)
Tips for Homeschooling in a Pandemic…and Beyond via Ingrid Lochamire (tips for those who are suddenly faced with homeschooling)