Category Archives: generosity

  1. Lent 2015: Everything You Need, All in One Place


    16 January 2015 by thaliakr

    Lent 2015: Everything you need, all in one place, for both kids and adults |

    What do you need if you’re interested in Lent this year? Do you want to do some kind of traditional …
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  2. 47 Christmas Gifts that can Change the World


    8 November 2014 by thaliakr

    47 Christmas Gifts that can Change the World |

    How can something as (potentially) shallow as Christmas shopping be a great way to make a difference in the world? …
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  3. Two Ideas for Post-Election Action


    22 September 2014 by thaliakr

    Don't be disappointed, do something... |

    On Saturday┬ánight (or afternoon, Thai time), the New Zealand general election results rolled in, faster than ever before, and they …
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  4. 6 Golden Tips for Becoming a Great Listener


    1 August 2014 by thaliakr

    Want to be a sought-after listening ear? Upskill with these helpful tips |

    This is a reworking of an earlier post that was part of the Generous Lent series, just to make it …
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  5. Easter with Kids: 32 Ideas for Celebrating Together


    15 April 2014 by thaliakr

    Everything you need to celebrate Easter with kids! 32 ideas for celebrating together |

    We’re now in Holy Week, where Lent morphs into Easter. In my house we’ll continue lighting our Lenten candles and …
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  6. Sacraparental Lent 2014: Quick Guide


    5 March 2014 by thaliakr

    40 acts of generosity, lent reflections, stewardship uk

    As you can tell, I’m really enjoying exploring Lent on the blog this year. To help you navigate the labyrinth …
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  7. What’s the Point of Lent? #4: Roman Catholic Practices


    27 February 2014 by thaliakr

    What's the point of Lent, Roman Catholic Lent, fasting prayer almsgiving, Pope Francis' Lent message, Christian parenting

    This is the fourth in a mini-series looking at how different traditions celebrate Lent. They build on each other, so …
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