rebelling against low expectations

Easter in Narnia


It’s been a rough couple of weeks, what with cancelled plans and postponed weddings and last-minute homeschooling (for some–for others it was old hat).

Cancelled Easter plans aren’t any less disappointing.

My church has a tradition of camping together over Easter Sunday, which obviously isn’t happening anymore. Other people had Passion plays to perform or breakfasts to attend.

Of course, being stuck at home doesn’t mean we can’t still celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus!

One way we’re doing that here at The Rebelution is by releasing two readings from The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe!

If you want something cozy to do this weekend, grab your siblings and your softest blankets your warmest cups of tea, and a copy of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe and follow along with us as we read from Chapters 14 and 15 to celebrate Easter Weekend at home!

The readings are premiering on our Facebook page @ 12:30pm Pacific time, Friday and Sunday.

Disappointed you can't do anything magical to celebrate Easter?

We'll, let's go to Narnia together!

For Good Friday…

Posted by Do Hard Things on Friday, April 10, 2020

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Christopher Witmer

is the 24-year-old Editor-in-Chief for Originally from Northern Minnesota, he lives with his family in Los Angeles where they moved to plant inner-city churches. He loves sports, travel, and music, but his passion is writing for God and lifting high the name of Jesus through his writing.

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