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Blogging in a Time of Pandemic

Isn’t it a loving God who put inside each of us the yearning to belong—to feel the presence of others—to complete someone else and have them complete us? Perhaps Covid-19 is the earth’s way of crying out to us. It … Continue reading

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Dressed to Impress or Clothed with Christ?

Reflections on Galatians 3:23-29 Pentecost 4 C  “Are you going out looking like that?”  That’s what my mom used to holler at me as I was going out the door dressed in my normal hodgepodge way. Our family didn’t believe … Continue reading

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