Monthly Archives: November 2013

Where is God?

Today as we celebrate the Feast of Christ the King our attention is drawn to a hill outside Jerusalem.  The hill known as Golgatha.  Three crosses stand on the hill.  Nailed to the crosses Jesus and two criminals.  Our memories … Continue reading

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FRIDAY FIVE: THANKSGIVING MENU

Yahoo!  I love this Friday Challenge.  Five foods for Thanksgiving feasts. While other folks feast on turkey and mashed potatoes and stuffing and cranberries and brussel sprouts or broccoli and pumpkin pie, my husband and I will be sitting down … Continue reading

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Who is This King?

Barbara Lundblad, a Lutheran pastor, preacher and teacher of preachers, tells the story of a black church in which, Sunday after Sunday, the minister would shout out, “Who is Jesus?”  From the choir a loud response, “King of Kings and … Continue reading

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Coming Together to Feed the Hungry

While some downtown businesses are complaining about the homeless, one downtown business—Garcia’s on Fourth and Mountain NW in downtown Albuquerque—saved the day for over 300 hungry and homeless people at St. Martin’s Hospitality Center on Sunday, November 10.  The folks  … Continue reading

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AT RANDOM

On Fridays, the folks at Rev Gal Blog Pals post a Friday Five–five random questions blog pals are supposed to answer.  Sometimes I play along.  Sometimes I go off on a tangent.  Today I’m randomizing the random.   Here’s the … Continue reading

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A Sacrament of Thanksgiving

This morning, as I sat down to pray and meditate, I read these words from Howard Thurman: “Today, I make my Sacrament of Thanksgiving.                                 … Continue reading

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