The Death, Burial, and Resurrection

I think it's a about time for another group writing project.  The ones we have done in the past have been so much fun and encouraging.  With Easter just around the corner, I think the theme The Death, Burial, and Resurrection is perfect! How it works:

Each blogger that wishes to participate will write  a post about the chosen group writing project topic on their blog.  Once the post is up, the blogger will need to leave their link in the comments section so that everyone can read it.

Once everyone has submitted their posts, I will publish  a round up of all the posts with links back to the blogger’s blog. The entire writing project will then be complied into a special report for the bloggers who contribute to giveaway for free on their own sites.

Normally I have everyone choose a from a list of verses based on the topic, but The Death, Burial, and Resurrection is such an important message and spoken all through-out the Bible, that I'm not going to do that this time.  You can choose to base your blog post on any verse you wish, as long as it fits the topics - The Death, Burial, and Resurrection.

Your post can be as long or as short as you want.  It can be a personal testimony, a devotional, or Bible study in nature.  It can be a photo that you believe describes the verse.  Anything goes.

You will have until Friday, April 1, 2011 to write your post and leave a link to it in the comments section.  I know Easter isn't until April 24, 2011, but I want to make sure I have time to get the special report together and in everyone's hands before then to share.

Oh yea, there is a prize for participating too.  Everyone that participates (those who actually write a post and submits the link) will be put into a drawing to win a free a copy of my report, Creating Christian Content.

I can’t wait to read everyone’s posts!

P.S.  If you would like to include the badge for this Group Writing Project on your blog post, here is the code:

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