Resurrection Sunday at Brothers Campfire

Hello, Benjamin from Brothers Campfire here!

Today, we celebrated Jesus, the risen Messiah.

Church was amazing. We had a lot of visitors and the Spirit of God descended.

My Beloved had a Bake sale for the Bus Ministry, and brought in a pretty penny. She was nearly sold out before church began, and had frightful little to sell afterwards. We fould out that pies are popular on Sunday afternoons after church.

Meanwhile, I found myself running the projector.

My Contribution

As a coordinator of volunteers at my job, I was texting and answering the phone this morning. There are a lot of moving parts to a prison.

For the weekend I scheduled several Protestant and Catholic services, Native American sweat lodge, Ramadan, Messianic and Jewish Passover and Full Moons for Pagans and Ausar Ausets.

I guarantee you, it feels like this at work right now, and I wasn’t even there!

Lunch was excellent! My inlaws prepared ham with pineapple and cherries, mashed potatoes, and lightly cooked fresh spinach.

I am off to church soon, so I will need to cut this post short.

Tomorrow, I start all over again as a correctional professional. Wish me well!

Author: Benjamin

Benjamin Thiel is a community leader, urban farmer, and author of The Ongoing Tale at Brothers Campfire. He might know a guy...

29 thoughts on “Resurrection Sunday at Brothers Campfire

  1. elvira797mx says:

    Happy Easter! Blessings for you and yours, all the best!
    You are doing great, just trust in God.

      1. Homemaking in the Dunes says:

        It is certainly getting warm on the Western Slope here. We have had high winds. Tumbleweeds rolling by. The Golden brought me A DEER leg. Oh life in the dunes.

  2. Stella Reddy says:

    Happy Easter and I hope you have a great week!

      1. Stella Reddy says:

        Thank you!! I appreciate you too. Hope you had a wonderful day!

  3. Adelheid says:

    This is late but Happy Easter. I am catching up with fellow bloggers’ posts. 😁😁😁


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