Monthly Archives: May 2014

Friday Five: Reflections on Priests

Mary Beth at Rev Gal Blog Pals writes, “I’ve just finished a great little book by L. William Countryman called Living on the Border of the Holy: Renewing the Priesthood of All.   “Countryman suggests that not only do all Christians have … Continue reading

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The Psalm We Sing

Sometimes you have to have the context in order to get a person’s point. Sometimes you have to know the culture in order to even read a painting or understand a poem.   Sometimes you have to hear the whole psalm … Continue reading

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Friday Five: Trash, Treasure or Tea?

Deb at Rev Gal Blog Pals writes, “This weekend, our church is have a “Rummage Sale and Tea” event. The “rummage” part of course is of donated furniture, clothing, books and toys, or as some call it “Trash or Treasure.” … Continue reading

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Psalm 66 in Three Different Keys

Sometimes the Bible leaves me cold.  Sometimes even scripture I love turns me off.  Sometimes I don’t like the God I meet there.  So it was for me this week.  I started reading the part of Psalm 66 assigned for … Continue reading

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Stones on the Altar

  Last Sunday, I put stones on the altar.  Little ones about the size of the stones in the image above.  Stones I had carried back from Iona, the island in Scotland where I had gone on retreat several years … Continue reading

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Let it Shine!

George and Patrick, it is so good to be here with you today marking this moment in your lives as you stand before God, family and friends and promise to make of your lives one life and of your hearts … Continue reading

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Do Not Ask Me About Resurrection–Not Here, Not Now, Not Yet

Sometimes fear gets the better of you. Sometimes grief. Sometimes emptiness. Sometimes you just have to run like the dickens. Sometimes you just have to get away. Staying put is more than you can take. So it is for Cleopas … Continue reading

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