Monthly Archives: December 2015

Preaching peace unpeacefully

I preached peace anyway; the peace that passes understanding; the peace with which Jesus leaves us, although he spent a lot of time, too, promising persecution. I worry that this will not be received as good news. Continue reading

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Can I say “fiery cat farts” in an Advent meditation?

This was originally published by the RevGalBlogPals in their weekly email. (No cats were harmed in the making of this Advent meditation.) I adjusted my Advent prayer rituals after acquiring a third cat. Animals are supposed to have a natural fear … Continue reading

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Advent in the meantime

Light and dark his skin and mine. “Who has the time?” he asked. I had said, “I am a process person.” He said it quietly, but I heard the harmonic ringing out: “Time is a privilege.” The time between “thy … Continue reading

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