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Dee Brestin says:
SOS FROM DEE FOR LENTEN BLOGGERS
I remember when my dad refused to do e-mail because he said, “I feel like I’ve come home and there are twenty people in my kitchen.”
Are you feeling that way on this blog? I am so thankful for each of you and believe God brought you. Each new person has given me joy.
But how do we keep the size of this group from working at cross-purposes with the very desire we have for increasing intimacy with Jesus this Holy Lent?
I am suggesting a new plan for this Lent. Instead of writing out all your answers here on the blog, put them in a Word document and just share the gold:
• Something that quickened you
• Something that puzzled you and you want input
• Don’t feel compelled to read all the comments. You can find particular people by using the command key followed by the F key (find) and typing in their name.
I’ll put this in “Getting Started” and also post it again Sunday.
Thanks for your patience with me – I want to be wise with this new world, and so appreciate your prayers. I also want to hear from you to see if you think this is wise — I surely don’t want to quench the Spirit.
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