Holy Week, Monday


Each day this week I will offer a short reflection for Holy Week. These posts are the result of my own meditation. Though they will not necessarily track with the details of King Jesus’ last week, each will meet at the cross and point to resurrection. My hope is that they bless you in some way as you embrace the beauty that is celebrated this season.



This is a short poem I penned in reflection of Easter.

Child in the manger,
Infant of virgin Mary and almighty God,
Outcast as a stranger,
Willingly killed by a scandalous Roman cross.
Buried in a grave,
Stricken by the rebellious Fall,
Defeated death and was raised
As the promised King and Lord of all.

About Fred

I am a follower of Jesus, the husband to Alison Glenn, daddy to my little man Ian. I am a son, brother, friend, bi-vocational pastor of Williamsburg Christian Church, ethnographer, activist and justice seeker, founder and president of 3e Restoration Inc, adjunct professor at Regent University, and mission specialist of church renewal with Mission Alive. I received my B.S. in Ministry/Bible at Amridge University and my Masters of Religious Education in Missional Leadership (MREML) from Rochester College. I am currently working toward my Doctorate of Ministry in Contextual Theology at Northern Seminary.
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2 Responses to Holy Week, Monday

  1. David Faith says:

    Fred, Thanks for sharing. If you don’t mind, I will read this on the Prayer-line for Tuesday & share with First Fruits Fellows! Dave


  2. Fred says:

    Reblogged this on Joined In God's Pursuit of Restoring Lives… and commented:

    A Holy Week Reflection for Monday


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