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News 2015-06-29T23:01:13+00:00

Out with the Mold, in with the True

I recently spent a month in South Carolina helping my mom with her recovery from knee replacement surgery. When it came time for me to return home, I had mixed feelings. I knew I couldn't [...]

The Gifts of the Magi Are Always Here

Christmas holds a special place in my heart because it was my dad’s favorite holiday, and because it’s a time of year for many family traditions and rituals to be played out. Every family has [...]

Bubble Up Faith

I have yet to meet a person who doesn’t love bubbles. The fascination begins in childhood, and never leaves. Regardless of our age, we have always loved bubbles at bath time, having your nose tickled [...]

Reverence and Relevance – the Journey of Advent

My own spiritual discipline has been to challenge myself each year with an expanded understanding of the traditionalholidays, while maintaining a sense of reverence, even sentimentality to a small degree. One of the great paradoxes [...]

By | December 3rd, 2017|Categories: Beginnings, Christianity, Faith, Paradox, Religion, Transformation|

Words I Don’t Want to Say Together: Active Shooter & Church

It seems horrifying to imagine that the places we have used for worship, sanctuary, community, fellowship, love and connection, places that for millennia have helped define our own identity are now having to be prepared [...]

By | November 10th, 2017|Categories: Community, Disaster Recovery, Faith, Religion, Uncategorized|