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When Can We Hug Again?

I do not like pandemic church. There. I said it. I do not like online church. I do not like wearing masks and not being …

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Days of Creation

Genesis 1 teaches that creation was marked by six significant “days” in the preparation of the earth for habitation. “Day” can mean a period of …

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May Flowers

It’s that time of year again when the flowers are beginning to grow. All winter, these precious little buds have been buried under the ground …

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Lessons Learned

One is never too old to learn! I usually pick up an idea or two when I participate in estate planning presentations even though I …

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Digital Clericalism For The 21st Century

More than twenty years ago, a young Anglican priest wrote, ‘Some laity still find it fanciful that their parish has a Web page, and some …

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When All A Child Knows Is War, How Can They Envision A Future Without It?

“Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.” Galatians 6:2 NIV Over the last few days, I have …

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On the Feast of the Ascension of Christ

On May 13th, the 40th day after Easter, the church will celebrate the Feast of the Ascension of Christ.  In the revised common lectionary, this …

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Parenting In The Bible

Why is it that children are so much better behaved for everyone besides their parents? And why can they be so kind to others and …

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Living Your Faith

It is the custom in many of our churches to have a renewal of the baptismal covenant at Easter, particularly if we hold the Easter …

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Easter Joy!

When my children were small, and we had recently moved to St. John’s, our family became members of the church of St. Mary the Virgin …

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