Weekly Show Prep – 3/19/18

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Easter Ideas:

Time you brought someone to church and it didn’t go so well!

 

We had splinters and blood in our Easter egg hunt. (We go over to our friends house and the dads hide the eggs up in the palm trees and behind the rusty pool filter and on the fence. The kids just mowed each other down.

 

Chocolate candy didn’t prove to be a very good idea at our house. Share the stories.

 

Egg hunt. Gentle or competitive? We did have to do some surgery to pull out splinters and pass out a few minions band aids at our egg hunt, but it didn’t discourage the kids… they wanted to go out for more! Ever have Easter drama?

 

My wife and I realized that we were both raised doing Easter egg hunts EVERY Easter, but did them completely different. What’s yours?

 

When you got married, what holiday traditions from your childhood caused the most drama when you tried to bring them into your marriage?

 

Easter eggs you found way after Easter… here’s some dry calls https://soundcloud.com/jayarradio/egg-found-later-dry-calls

 

Who’s never tried Peeps or a Cadbury egg?

 

Zach Williams on Easter candy

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1l-LVsbZdnZlKxtjjrwxwsd1Uc48fw5-N

 

Jon Piper talks about how The Resurrection changed everything:

https://www.desiringgod.org/messages/six-gifts-of-the-resurrection

Palm Sunday is so misunderstood! It’s a celebration and reminder that Christ is our king!

https://www.crosswalk.com/blogs/debbie-mcdaniel/5-things-about-palm-sunday-that-remind-us-christ-is-king.html

 

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