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Honor Code

I don’t pretend to understand the honor codes of Old Testament times. The stories that surround the lives of Saul and David are most complicated of all. 480 more words

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Good Friday: this floating space

I’m suspended here, in this floating space just before Pascha,
in the air, in the water, it’s hard to explain.

Before I have coffee in the morning there’s that groggy brain poking through, telling me I have to get up, get going, get things done but I’m not really listening. 420 more words


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Glitter, Green Converse and How to Get Red Wine out of White Linen: Things I've Learned Since Becoming Episcopalian

It’s been awhile since I’ve shared a guest post; a whole lot of life has happened. But, today I get to host my friend Deborah Stambaugh, and that is a very exciting thing. 1,461 more words

Choose Wisely!

I will choose Christ
I will choose love
I choose to serve
I give my heart
I give my life
I give my all to You…

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The problem with poetry...

Last week I was fortunate to have an essay I’d written picked up and published at Art House America’s blog. This week I had the opportunity to do a Q & A with poet, … 629 more words

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Please Be Patient

“May the Lord grant all of us the patience, the joyful patience, the patience of work, of peace, may he give us the patience of God, that which He has, and may He grant us the patience of our faithful people, who are so exemplary.” (Pope Francis)

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A Word from a Founding Father

 “Make sure you are doing what God wants you to do–then do it with all your strength.” ― George Washington


Our founding fathers took great care to avoid establishing a state religion within the United States.

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