Monthly Archives: June 2013

Love Bade Me Welcome

I know this madman well.  And so, I suspect, do some of you.  I know him from the inside out and from the outside in.  I’ve met him in the land of fear, of loss, of grief.  I’ve seen his … Continue reading

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A Question of Prayer

WHEN YOU SING, YOU PRAY TWICE–OR SO I’M TOLD.  The song playing in my head right now is “When Morning Gilds the Skies.”  Pray along with me. Not long after I returned to church, I made an appointment with the … Continue reading

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“How Can I Eat on a Dollar a Day?”

This morning, I sat down with a man I’ve come to know well.  He was sitting on bench in the shade of a tree at St. Martin’s–the day shelter where I spend my days.  Resting up for his walk to … Continue reading

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Friday Five: Entering into the Poem

The first question of the day on the Rev Gal Friday Five was,  “If you were a character in a children’s storybook, which storybook would it be, or what character, and why?” That question sent me back to my childhood … Continue reading

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Strangers in our Midst

Did you hear all the God talk these last couple of weeks?  In the papers, on TV, over the internet?  I bet even talk radio got into the act.  There’s been a lot of grist for the mill these past … Continue reading

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