Monthly Archives: September 2015

Held Together in an Everlasting Love: A Letter to the Congregation of St. Martin’s

For most of my life—both as a child and as an adult—the New Year has begun the Tuesday following Labor Day. I have spent 55 of my 67 years beginning school—as a student, as a teacher, and sometimes as both. … Continue reading

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A Question of Who and How and With What Words

“Who do you say that I am?”—That’s the big question, isn’t it. “Who do we say Jesus is?” There’s another question that follows on the heels of that big one. “How do you say it?” “What are the words both … Continue reading

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