Repost: Rejoicing in God’s saints

[Note: Since All Saints’ Day is quickly approaching, I thought it would be a good time to share a prayer calendar for the whole of November that I created in that spirit.]

Sometimes I wish All Saints’ Day could be more than, well, one day. Our lives are shaped by so many people who have gone before, whether we knew them personally or not. I think we could all benefit from reflecting on their influence and considering what parts of their legacies to carry forward.

Since All Saints’ Day is November 1, and since we are already inclined toward thanks-living during November, I have put together a month-long prayer calendar with daily prompts to remember a departed saint whose impact has been significant. This calendar is available as a copier-friendly PDF and as a Canva PDF. Feel free to share the calendar on social media, print it for your church members or yourself, or use it as your November newsletter article.

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3 thoughts on “Repost: Rejoicing in God’s saints

  1. You. Are. Brilliant.

    Among other things. – Karen

    On Tue, Oct 22, 2019, 10:03 AM Laura Stephens-Reed wrote:

    > laurastephensreed posted: “[Note: Since All Saints’ Day is quickly > approaching, I thought it would be a good time to share a prayer calendar > for the whole of November that I created in that spirit.] Sometimes I wish > All Saints’ Day could be more than, well, one day. Our lives ar” >

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