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A midweek prayer in the middle of the night

Flying dark with the bats, I send out prayers,
trying to locate God by their echoes. Continue reading

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How to read the Bible

There is a section in one of my church Bibles called, “How to read the Bible.” My curiosity says I ought to check it out; my concern wonders if it isn’t a bit late for that by this point in … Continue reading

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How cats answer prayers

I know that I have a weakness for whimsy, but there was something about that cat. She had a flash on her forehead that was the exact colour of the sand in the Jordan desert. Continue reading

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This world

A word of scripture whispered in my ear and would not let me go. Continue reading

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Bumper sticker theology

Last month, the Episcopal Cafe reported that the Diocese of Delaware has made Episcopal license plates available (not plate-holders – actual license plates!) – http://www.episcopalcafe.com/lead/dioceses/episcopal_plates_1.html The Cafe also sampled a blogpost, “Automotive Evangelism,” by a driver of the plates, Elizabeth … Continue reading

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Wednesday, December 14th: Adults only!

Over the past week, I’ve noticed a certain theme emerging on the chatter feeds around me: Santa. Love him or leave him? An article in the Episcopal Cafe quoted a story about an Episcopal priest who always invited Santa to … Continue reading

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Do you forgive me?

In the movie, Fiddler on the Roof, there is a duet between Tevye and Golde in which Tevye asks his wife of 25 years, “Do you love me?” After all that time together, Golde is surprised by the question: what … Continue reading

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