Redeeming the Season – Synchroblog

It’s SynchroBlog time again, when a few of us post about the same subject all at once.
This month’s subject is "Redeeming the Season" and as I’m very pushed for time at the moment I don’t have time for deep thought on this one.
The only thing I will say is that one thing I’m doing this year is going out on the streets of our town as a Street Pastor to help, chat and, where there’s an opportunity, pray with seasonal revellers who probably wouldn’t otherwise have any connection with the church.

I think it’s something Jesus might have done, had he been here in person.
"God became flesh and blood and moved into the neighbourhood" John 1:14 (The Message)

See these blogs for more thoughts about redeeming the season:

Recapturing the Spirit of Christmas at Adam Gonnerman’s Igneous Quill
Swords into Plowshares at Sonja Andrew’s Calacirian
Fanning the Flickering Flame of Advent at Paul Walker’s Out of the Cocoon
Lainie Petersen at Headspace
Eager Longing at Elizaphanian
The Battle Rages at Bryan Riley’s Charis Shalom
Secularizing Christmas at
There’s Something About Mary at Hello Said Jenelle
Geocentric Versus Anthropocentric Holydays at Phil Wyman’s Square No More
Celebrating Christmas in a Pluralistic Society at Erin Word’s Decompressing Faith
Redeeming the season — season of redemption by Steve Hayes
Remembering the Incarnation at Alan Knox’ The Assembling of the Church
A Biblical Response to a Secular Christmas by Glenn Ansley’s Bad Theology
Happy Life Day at The Agent B Files
What’s So Bad About Christmas? at Julie Clawson’s One Hand Clapping

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2 Responses to Redeeming the Season – Synchroblog

  1. Sally says:

    yes I suspect that Jesus would have done that too 🙂

  2. Sally says:

    yes I suspect that Jesus would have done that too 🙂

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