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Sirach 4:20-31: Lest the Stones Cry Out

Sirach 4:20-31: Lest the Stones Cry Out

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

A re-post from April 2019 . . .

Refrain not from speaking at the proper time . 488 more words

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Joan Chittister: Reflections on The Christian Calendar

The season of Lent is almost upon us, and every year there are at least some Evangelical Christians in different countries who contact me out of their concern or confusion with this period in the Christian calendar, or the concept of a liturgical year in general. 476 more words

Faith

Weekly Parish Newsletter/Bulletin Insert: Reduce food waste, and Phyllis Tickle

This week’s tip is to cut down on food waste, and our quote is from Phyllis Tickle.

Think having a green corner in your church newsletter or bulletin is a great idea, but don’t have time to research or write one? 410 more words

Climate Change

The times they are a changin'

Today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day. King was instrumental in bringing about radical changes within an unjust political and social system in the USA. I believe that the 1960’s were in many ways the beginning of a new era that is still ongoing. 255 more words

SERMON :: Holy Possibilities

Isaiah 43: 1-7

Eight states.
• Kansas, Nebraska, California, Michigan, Nebraska, Arizona, Texas and now Utah

Seventeen different addresses in those eight states.
• Apartments of all sizes… 1,135 more words

Sermons

The 2018 Summer Reading List: A Retrospective

Every year since 2015, I’ve posted a summer reading list in late spring. I deeply enjoy the ambitious feeling that comes from dreaming about what I want to learn about or engage with over the coming months, and I still feel a residue of excitement about the freedom from stressful semesters, even though I’ve now been finished with my undergraduate studies for a while. 1,406 more words

Book Reviews

Can These Bones Live?

This past Sunday after lunch, we drove into Rocky for a bit of refreshment and renewal. It was interesting to walk up Trail Ridge Road past the barricade at Rainbow Curve and see what I normally don’t get to see for obvious reasons while driving. 825 more words

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