Monthly Archives: February 2016

Good Fences Make Good Neighbors–Or So They Say

A Reflection on Galatians 5: 1-6 (With apologies to Robert Frost)   “Good fences make good neighbors,” or so the saying goes. Lines we humans draw to separate us from them and theirs from ours   Lines of color class and … Continue reading

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A Question of Citizenship

Foxes and hens and enemies of the cross. A question of citizenship—citizenship claimed; citizenship renounced. Sometimes scripture has an uncanny way of shedding light on the looming questions of the day. Such is the case today. Jesus, on his way … Continue reading

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Wilderness Sunday

Today is Wilderness Sunday. Every year on the first Sunday in Lent we hear accounts of Jesus being driven to or, as is the case this Sunday, led into the wilderness. There are those who see the Wilderness as a … Continue reading

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