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Curbing fear

Numbers 14:9: Only do not rebel against the LORD. And do not fear the people of the land, for they are bread for us. Their protection is removed from them, and the LORD is with us; do not fear them.” 1,206 more words


Good Theology and The Good Wife

I dedicate this post to the best Pop Pop ever,
who is happily watching my kids while my husband travels for work
and I sit in a coffee shop, with hours of…
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Bible Study

Gospel Reflection for October 26, 2014, 30th Sunday of Ordinary Time

“Teacher, which commandment is greatest?”  

Matthew 22.36

Gospel love is not an idea or an emotion but an imperative–a call to act.  The two great commandments–to love God and love our neighbor as ourselves–recognize that acts of love weave us into community, just as selfish and violent acts fray the social fabric.   76 more words

Gospel Reflection

5 Ways to be a Good Christian Servant

His master said to him, ‘Well done, good and faithful slave’

(Matthew 25:21 a)

After they pass away, all faithful Christians want to go up yonder and have their Heavenly Father proudly say: ‘Well done my good and faithful servant’.    360 more words


66assuranceway reblogged this on 66 Assurance Way and commented:

Do you want to be a good Christian servant?   This post (I'm reblogging) offers five good ways to do so, if your Answer is Yes.   Greg

Hymns for a difficult church: retrospective on Millennials & Church

I have a confession to make… There are certain hymns that I just can’t stand.  These aren’t complicated, hard to sing hymns either. No, I mean that there are classic hymns whose lyrics drive me crazy. 660 more words

The Church


There is very little that creeps me out. However, there are a few things. One of them is closing down the warehouse after a ship night. 820 more words

Jesus and those Pesky Pharisees-In God We Trust?

Being in Seminary doesn’t mean that the Sermonizing stops..

but that we are welcomed in the midst of communities and share with them

The Good News… 1,988 more words