Monthly Archives: November 2014

Remembering Those Some Call Homeless

Remembering Those Some Call Homeless (On the Longest Night) I walk in silence My heart heavy For I cannot still the memories of people lost This year and in years past I walk for Jennifer Her bright blue eyes searching … Continue reading

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Shepherds and Kings and the People of God

To the leaders of Israel the prophet Ezekiel says, “Ah, you shepherds of Israel, who have been feeding yourselves! Should not shepherds feed the sheep? You eat the fat, You clothe yourselves with the wool, You slaughter the fatlings; But … Continue reading

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Who Are You, Anyway?

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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Songs of Thankfulness

Jan at Rev Gal Blog Pals asks today: 1. What is your cure for the “mulleygrubs”?   Though I’m not entirely sure what “mulleygrubs” is or are, I’m thinking they are “the blahs” or “the doldrums” or some other equally undesirable … Continue reading

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Guilty Pleasures

3dogmom at Rev Gal Blog Pals writes,  It happened again this week. In a social setting, during a conversation with people that included some I had just met, I made a reference to the church I serve. “Oh!” one of … Continue reading

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