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breathing new life into old words

 a sermon, referencing Psalm 8, Romans 5.1-5, John 16.12-15, and Proverbs 8.1-4, 22-31,  preached with the people of Trinity Episcopal Church, Washington, DC, on Trinity Sunday, May 22, 2016… 1,647 more words

Sermon

Phase

Phase

“It’s a phase, an electric phase.  He’ll grow out of it.” Mom says over guitar noises behind a bedroom door.

“Just like the card collection phase” Dad’s words drag out. 132 more words

Flash Fiction

My boyfriend insisted a gun would keep us “safer” up until the day he shot me in the face

My boyfriend insisted a gun would keep us “safer” up until the day he shot me in the face via http://ift.tt/1s2AE6Y

Psychology

March to the Beat

Last week I sat in the dimly lit basement of an old building on University Avenue in St. Paul, Minnesota and I fully realized for the first time just how lucky I am to be me. 985 more words

Human Nature

Transgenderism: Bellum Contra Rationem et Naturam

It certainly seems that there is a significant rise in deviant behaviors in America today. Again, as I have said many times, I do not use the term “deviant” as a pejorative, it is a term with a distinct, clinical meaning – according to Webster, it means “deviating (to do something that is different or to be different from what is usual or expected), especially from an accepted norm.” 1,074 more words

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