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Choose to Love Not Judge

We see it every day, more like several times a day, people judging others. They are judging from the right, from the left, from the top, from the bottom, from the white, from the black, from their couch, from the church pew. 1,074 more words

"The Day is Surely Drawing Near" 4th Sunday of Advent - 14.12.21

Today’s Sunday Advent hymn text comes from the 16th century. Bartholomaus Ringwaldt puts a comprehensive theology of the second coming of Jesus into poetic form. It combines both the glories and tragedies of the apocalyptic events on the world’s horizon. 431 more words


A Few Reminders to Help You Cope with the Holiday Season

Holiday advice from the P’s via Wendy Kennedy:

This time of year many of you find yourselves cycling through emotions as you spend more time with family and friends as well as reviewing the year as it comes to a close. 578 more words

Judgment, The Big Elephant In The Room?

The Big Elephant Is Big Obvious

There is a part of me that I don’t want to acknowledge openly but it is there and needs to be outed for some reason. 348 more words


Judgment, and why IT'S NEVER VALID

We all judge. We’re all the object of judgment by others. Simply by being a part of human society, we produce and acquire all kinds of ideas about what people should be. 206 more words

Micah 1 - I Hear Him Coming!

When I was a kid, I was very good at knowing when my dad was close by. His keys jingled a certain tune, and he walked at a certain pace. 686 more words