During the season of Lent and Easter, The Acts8 BLOGFORCE and Collect Call will be cooperating with The Good Book Club and Episcopal organizations across the spectrum to promote the reading of Luke and Acts. Every week, we present a new question based on the upcoming readings for people to blog on. The question for this week, that of March 11th, is:
Prodigal (n) – a person who spends money in a recklessly extravagant way – is often used to describe the younger son in the well known parable, but what if the point of this parable is the prodigality of the father? Tell of a time you were aware of God’ recklessly extravagant grace.
Anyone can participate in the BLOGFORCE using the instructions below:
David Simmons & Steve Pankey
How do I participate in the BLOGFORCE?
Simply blog your answer on your own site. If you don’t have a site, perhaps consider medium.com, which is free and easy to set up.
1. Paste the code you can find here at the bottom of your post – note that it is code so you will probably need to switch to HTML view in your blog editor. It should look like this on your blog when posted or previewed:
2. Participating blog entries will be shared through the Acts8 Twitter and Facebook feeds. Please email the link to your blog post to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The editorial board of Acts8 reserves the right to decline submissions that are deemed offensive or do not uphold the Guiding Principles.