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The invitation came by again on Facebook – TICKETS FOR UNSCRUZ.

I should really look into getting tickets with some friends, I thought.

As if reading my mind, my friend Marina texted me, “Are we going to the Santa Cruz burner weekend? 202 more words

Burning Man

What should Church be?

For many people, church looks like this at the most basic level

Yet remember that the angel said to the women who went to find Jesus at the tomb – … 980 more words

New Church

Jesus does not punish.

We must remember that the Good News is indeed good. Here are some verses from the Gospels that remind us of that.

Jesus came to save people’s lives – not destroy them. 608 more words


Thanksgiving thoughts

I saw this picture recently

…with these words….
1) “Where would we be if the Wampanoag hadn’t helped the Pilgrims?”

2) “Where would the Wampanoag be if they hadn’t helped the Pilgrims?” 1,033 more words


Who are the Samaritans? And why is this relevant today?

There are many stories in the Gospels about the Samaritans. Why are they referenced? Who are they? Why is the fact that they are Samaritan significant? 556 more words

Religious And Spiritual

The Pentecostal Universalist Buddhist Bishop

If I wanted a longer headline, I could have thrown more religions onto the description of Bishop Carlton D. Pearson. I have never met him, but I love him dearly, and I’m surprised at how few of us know his story. 513 more words


The curious case of Jesus' radically inclusive Jubilee Kingdom & John the Baptist's question: "What is going on? This can't be right..."

Remember John the Baptist?

John the Baptist and Jesus were cousins and probably grew up together. They must have been close, right? We don’t know a lot about John the Baptist but he plays an incredible role in the early part of the Gospels and a highlight comes when Jesus comes to JB to be baptized. 1,198 more words