Life and faith observations from a minority woman living in a majority culture for a long, long time.

Burning the Pilato: What a Peruvian tradition teaches about facing your obstacles, part 2

I thought I’d re-share my New Year’s post from last year and encourage you to burn your own pilatos later tonight like we will. I’ll check back in soon and let you know how ours turns out.

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10 Things Church Ladies Do Better Than Everyone Else

Lately I’ve noticed a whole heap of hilarity in the Body of Christ, especially among us church ladies. And the hilarity comes from hearts full of faith, hope, and charity . . . Gotta love us!

 

 

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Burning the Pilato: What a Peruvian tradition can show you about your toughest obstacles

An annual tradition in the Peruvian Amazon is the burning of “pilatos”– homemade, life-size dolls that resemble the makers of the pilatos, or that resemble public figures.  (more…)

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