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Liturgy Practicum, Week of July 21, 2014

Wow, what a week. Lots of things to think about this week.

My daily practice has been mostly out of sorts this week, between returning from vacation and getting sick (airport crud, yuck). 847 more words

ADF

Pastor officiated for gay son

Why do people equate living by the words of Yahweh as hateful? Those who live by His teaching are simply being obedient to their God. 329 more words

Misc. Musings

FAITH OF FREED SUDANESE APOSTATE LEADS HER TO POPE

Meriam Ibrahim, the Christian woman who escaped death after international outcry forced Sudanese courts to release her from death row under accusation of apostasy visited the Pope on Thursday with her husband and two children. 114 more words

NEWS

Sudan 'apostasy' woman meets Pope

Sudan ‘apostasy’ woman meets Pope http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-28460383
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Mrs Ibrahim met Pope Francis at his Santa Marta residence at the Vatican soon after her arrival. 259 more words

Inspiration and infuriation *EXPLICIT*

Tonight I saw a tweet from Alexander Gerst, an astronaut currently on board the International Space Station. The picture is a nighttime view of Gaza and Israel. 487 more words

Apostate

Over-Churched or Under Grace?

Last Sunday I heard a sermon that really hit home for me. It was about being worn out, worn down, and bone-tired. About trying to do religion too hard, getting stressed over being everything that you think you need to be, and to be constantly striving. 511 more words

NIV

A Prayer for John Shelby Spong

I recently read the autobiography of John Shelby “Jack” Spong, Here I Stand:┬áMy Struggle for a Christianity of Integrity, Love, and Equality. Spong was the Episcopal Bishop of Newark, New Jersey for 24 years before his retirement in 2001. 6,454 more words