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Tag Archives: Year A Epiphany 2
What’s in a name?
By what name does God know you? By what name, into what name does God call you? What does that tell you about the path of your discipleship, about the ways in which you are called to live into the Gospel of Christ? Continue reading
Posted in lectionary reflection, sermon Tagged A Family Like Mine, discipleship, Isaiah, Jesus, Lamb of God, names, naming, Simon Peter, Year A Epiphany 2 Leave a comment
light whispers, flushed and fevered,
smouldering out of sight to
the point of conflagration. Continue reading
Posted in holy days, lectionary reflection, poetry, sermon, sermon preparation Tagged Isaiah 49:6, light, Martin Luther King Jr, Year A Epiphany 2 Leave a comment