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God made known in generosity and courage

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
Harriman, TN
15th February
Leviticus 19:1-2, 9-18 and Matthew 5:38–48

Epiphany is that season of the liturgical year when we crane our necks and peel our eyes for all the ways that God is showing up around us. 1,813 more words

An Essay on Life – A Trip to the Optometrist

I always get nervous before I go to the doctor.  I’ve never had any health problems to speak of.  However, every time I enter the waiting room, I get nervous.  367 more words

No, You Do Not Have to Hit Back!

By the Rev. Darren Miner

Gospel Reading

The Gospel reading today is from the Sermon on the Mount. Last week, we heard the first four of the six so-called “Antitheses.” Today, we hear the last two. 1,383 more words


Sermon: The Seventh Sunday after the Epiphany

Below is my sermon from the Seventh Sunday after the Epiphany, preached at my sponsoring parish, The Church of the Redeemer.  The lessons can be found… 1,828 more words


An Essay on Politics – He’s Doing It Again

After campaigning on promises of no vacations for four years, Trump spent the weekend on vacation at his Florida estate. With security bills since inauguration already more than the cost of protecting the Obamas for a year, Trump continues to break even more campaign promises. 465 more words

An Essay on Travel – St. Augustine

Say what you will about Waycross, but there is one thing that it has working for it – it’s location. Within a couple of hours in any direction, you can be at a decent weekend destination. 328 more words