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Meet you in the middle: a reflection on this weeks gospel (Matt 13:44-52)

My time of late has been consumed with the thoughts of the state of the world. I seriously believe we are on the verge of World War III. 501 more words


No Life in Pretending and Hiding

One of my morning habits lately has been to read and reflect on the lectionary passages for the day and journal any insights, questions, thanks, praise or prayers they might stir in. 252 more words

Scripture Reflection

Reflection for Sunday's Gospel, July 13, 2014

Readings for Sunday, July 13, 2014

As a gardener, today’s gospel – the parable of the seed – speaks to me.  I view this parable from two standpoints – one of the seed sower and one of the soil, receiving the seed. 388 more words


Reasons for Joy

Why do you have joy? Here are some reasons you may want to include in your arsenal.

1)      Our joy comes from knowing that when we mess up and are faithless and unfaithful to God, He will not be unfaithful to us and in His dealings with us. 425 more words


Simplicity, two ways: a reflection on this weeks gospel (Matt 11:25-30)

Fathers have many unique gifts however some are more applauded than others. There are the standard ones that fatherhood demands like providing and protecting. But teaching, witnessing and being an example of fatherhood are other lesser known demands of the father. 464 more words


Reflection on Today's Readings, Wednesday, June 25

Readings for June 25, 2014\

When contemplating the readings this morning, I thought of a couple of things.  First, in the Kings reading:

Standing by the column, the king made a covenant before the LORD… 194 more words


Triune Love: a reflection on this week's gospel (John 3:16-18)

If you were to see yourself though the eyes of God, what would you see? Do you see an awful sinner in need condemning, something like a criminal who has done wrong and is in need of a penalty? 574 more words