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Wednesday, March 16, 2005

Christian Carnival #61

This week's Christian Carnival promises to be another smorgasbord of Christian blogfest. Stephen at ChristDot has gathered the posts under three broad categories: Discussions, Blessings and Lessons.

I submitted my reflection on Depression and Spiritual Healing and it is grouped under lessons, although it could also be counted as a blessing... Hmmmm... now that I think about it, perhaps this is the clue why I seldom get comments on my posts...

There are quite a wide range of topics submitted for this week's Christian Carnival, from In the Spirit of Grace's lessons on spiritual potty training to my erstwhile King of the Blog "rival" Randomness (there were three of us vying for that crown that week, the ultimate winner, the beautiful and the bad (yours truly). She's the beautiful one) with her submission on why we need God.

There are a host of other interesting submissions. One that caught my eye is a submsision which is part of a series from just a litte bit odd on reasons why people are leaving churches to find God elsewhere.

I haven't had the time to check them all out yet, so doubtlessly, there are many other good posts and new sites for you to discover.

The Christian Carnival is a weekly series of "Christians" posts submitted and showcased in "carnival" style by a host. You can find good reads from the Carnival as well as find good new, sites to add to your blogging addiction, I mean, reading, or enjoyment, or whatever...

Go, put up your feet, top up that cuppa, prop that pillow up, clip that Cuban (or whatever you do to prime yourself up for a good blog-feast) and enjoy!