Everyone's talking about their brackets these days, and so are Scott and Tim. They're back this week to help you transition into the
Elite Elate Eight. They also offer pastoral counsel if you find the format of the Elate Eight challenging.
Of course, it would hardly be an episode of Monday Madness without some wanton commercialism. This week, in light of the impending arrival of the Easter season, Tim and Scott both mention that they've coincidentally each written an Eastertide book. Tim's book is a lighthearted look at Lent and Easter, Dust Bunnies in the Basket: Finding God in Lent and Easter. Scott's book is a set of reflections, Easter Triumph, Easter Joy: Meditations for the Fifty Days of Eastertide. You can buy them from your local bookseller, Amazon, or Forward Movement directly. Both are also available as ebooks, naturally.
That's a lot for one episode, and we have left out a mention of their weather discussion. Watch to see it all!
Give this a listen and ask yourselves why not include Johnny Cash in this contest sooner than later.
Johnny Cash Ultimate Gospel
Please think on it. Thanks. God bless.
Lent Madness is a blessing in every way. I enjoy learning about the saints not only through the biographies and quirks and quotes but also through the saintly kitsch.
Speaking of kitsch: I would love to see more offerings in the Lentorium, especially a Lent Madness tee shirt. I'd like to have one to wear during Lent each year. The mugs are nice but I don't drink coffee (hope that's not heretical, LOL).
A little mirth? You mean a little MYRRH? 😉