Bringing the Text to Life
The life for which we were created begins after death.
AT A GLANCE:
Death Cafés are springing up around the world. It sounds macabre. It’s not part of the Goth culture. It’s not a fringe gaming movement for those fixated on darkness and the netherworld. A Death Café is a center or gathering point for discussions about death. In a death-defying culture, it’s important to understand death, so that we can begin to appreciate the reality of life to which death is but a portal.
For material based on today’s gospel text, see “And Again I Say … Amen!” February 19, 1995, at HomileticsOnline.com.
For an alternative idea pertaining to Genesis 45:3-11, 15, see “Incidental Discovery.”
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