A Week of Little Deaths: March 28 Newsletter

Newsletter / Produced by The High Calling
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On Sunday morning, we wave our palms and sing Hosanna in the Highest. It is not hard to get caught up in the celebration and wonder if the stones are indeed crying out. Yet in the midst of this great joy there is a chilling stillness. Thus begins the journey to the cross. A week of little deaths, that’s what Holy Week is for us. Celebration and mourning take turns to stir deep places.

During Holy Week at The High Calling, we invite you to focus on the story of our faith. May your eyes be opened to the truth: we cannot follow Christ and remain unchanged.

A Week of Holy

From The High Calling

We enter into Holy Week knowing the end of the story. We anticipate the joy of Sunday. Yet we also know there is no way to Sunday except through Good Friday. Let’s walk together through this bright sadness.

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Why Holy Week Matters in Your Daily Work

From The High Calling

What does Holy Week have to do with our wired lives? How can our busyness intersect with the slow, significant events of Christ’s journey to the cross?

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Jesus’ Death and Resurrection

From the Theology of Work Project

Jesus’ crucifixion was the deathblow for a world system founded on pretensions of human power. His resurrection marks the definitive intrusion of God’s power into the world.

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