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It is such a familiar story, and one which we love: God running to us, skirts hitched up, “my child! My child!” It is all the good news that we need. We were dead but are alive again, by the … Continue reading
Every story has a point of view. I knew that family. I would have told their story a little differently than Jesus did. I would have told you a little more. The kid was a chancer, a gambler, an addict. … Continue reading
You can see him from afar, made taller by the child on his shoulders, a smaller version of himself; another in a carrier on his back looks like a wizened old man. Little dogs gambol about his feet, with every … Continue reading