#BISsisterhood Link-Up // COMMUNION OF SAINTS

#BISSISTERHOOD communion of saints

Today we are talking about COMMUNION OF SAINTS.

As we approach the feasts of All Saints and All Souls this weekend, it is a good time to reflect on the communion of saints of which we are all a part. As members of the Church Militant on earth, we round out the trio of the Church Triumphant and the Church Suffering. How are you consciously living out your part in this great communion? 

We are pleased to announce the themes for December: 

December 3: HOPE
December 10: PEACE
December 17: JOY
December 24: LOVE
December 31: NEW

You can find all the themes here.

Welcome to the #BISsisterhood link-up. Every Thursday, we get together as one community to share our hearts. Here’s how you can participate:

  • Link-up a post that goes with the weekly theme.
  • Share your thoughts of the theme on Instagram/Twitter/Facebook using #BISsisterhood so we can see each other’s posts.
  • Comment below with your thoughts on the prompt.

Basically, let’s talk to each other. Remember to use #BISsisterhood so we can all communicate well with each other out in the social media world.

Here is the button to our link-up that you are more than welcome to place on your blog, share on your social media, and/or save for a rainy day.

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