I encourage folks to go to Vanderbilit’s Revised Common Lectionary page for next Sunday and read the texts, but a room full of third- and fourth-graders have already stolen my brain for this week.  I’ll try to write my next lectionary post from the road in Indiana.

By the way, if any of our readers wants to bring any kids to Athens Christian Church‘s VBS this year, it’s happening this week, at 6:30 every night.  The theme, as the graphic indicates, is rain forest, and every evening’s opening session features a certain Christian humanist as the front man in a skit that hopefully will never find itself recorded on digital media, unless indeed Heaven sees fit to punish him for some of his sins here and now.

Look for genuine intellectual content from the other humanists this week, and stay tuned for our next special summer podcast, this one featuring guest host Dan Dawson, an old friend of mine and a real live tornado chaser!

2 thoughts on “Another Sorry Excuse for a Lectionary Post”
  1. Our VBS is eight hours a day, and I get to sing songs with the children. I’m only working an hour a day and I still want to kill myself. God bless the people who have to work all day. Uh, like my wife.

  2. Eight hours a day? That sounds positively inhuman. Ours (officially) runs from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM, and it’s just about enough to wipe me out.

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