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A Small Voice

We are told that as humans, we’re born with a conscience. It’s purported to be a voice that instructs us on the difference between good and evil. 105 more words

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Finding Our Spark

This sermon was preached on 5/20/18 and reflects on learning to be creative, when your verve feels gone.

All of this month we’ve been reflecting on what it would mean to be a people of creativity. 2,727 more words

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Poem: Mary of Egypt

The upstart crow was
a wingless bird

and so I parted with reason

as the pubescent bride
who dedicates her dolls
to the household gods… 117 more words

Poems

Why is it so important to eliminate invasive plant species from your yard?

Ah, those pesky seedlings, and vines and… “Invasives” are plants that have had an advantage in the environment due to plentiful resources, or a lack of competition from other species. 465 more words

Once Familiar, Once Removed

The Heart Bush was once familiar, then all at once it was removed.

Probably not moved elsewhere, nay.

Most likely mowed down to the ground for pity’s sake! 42 more words

Photography

We are God’s Selfies

My wife, Lisa, and I watched “The Greatest Showman” with Hugh Jackman the other night, and OH MY WORD, it was FANTASTIC!!!  So, so, so good!  984 more words

Moses, the Burning Bush, and Choosing a Major

“Pardon your servant, Lord. I have never been eloquent, neither in the past nor since you have spoken to your servant. I am slow of speech and tongue.” Exodus 4:10… 507 more words