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Holy Hangover: When it hits you early

Another facet of this condition I call the “Holy Hangover” is its tendency to start at random times. I wish I could say that, like a traditional hangover, it always begins after the fact. 784 more words

Holy Hangovers

God Keeps His Promises

When we make promises, sometimes we break them
And hurt the people we love the most.
But God’s not like that. He’s always truthful.
He always does the things He says He’ll do. 605 more words

As I Come Singing

A New Farmers' Market in a New Home Town, a Visit From One Sister, Washing the Car and a Children's Concert

…..needless to say it’s been a busy weekend

On Saturday my husband and I drove to Hamilton to return my daughter’s husband and dog (see yesterday’s post). 583 more words


Sundays and Seasons Year C, 2016 (Augsburg Fortress)

Augsburg Fortress has released Sundays and Seasons, Year C (2016). This is a wonderful resource that will help lay worship leaders and planners, preachers and presiding ministers, worship team leaders, musicians and visual artists, educators, sacristans and altar guilds, and pastoral liturgists as they prepare engaging worship. 18 more words

Choral Music

Gospel Music For Kids: Just Like Him

Anyone who works with children’s choirs in church can probably agree that it is hard to find songs for kids that don’t sound baby-like. On the opposite end is songs that sound too grown-up. 46 more words

Children's Music

Red Sox Opening Week ceremonies

The Red Sox will present their Opening Day Ceremonies before their 115th home season, and their 104th at Fenway Park, this Monday, April 13, starting at approximately 2:30 p.m. 737 more words

Opening Day

Calumet College Humanities Fest

On Wednesday, April 8, 2015, The Midwest Youth Choir headed to Calumet College of St. Joseph (CCSJ) to perform at their Humanities Festival Week. Our students were met with an outdoor sidewalk chalk activity. 91 more words