There can be an ‘eternal effect’ on our daily living … at the end of the day, whom have you invited into the water with you?
We are part of a larger, cosmic I believe, struggle. Do you ever wonder what your part in that may be? We can learn from how Elijah leads the Israelites …
Blessings this day, Soulmate!
One of the best days of my life.
Ezra 7:27-28, 8:21-36
It’s a special day of celebration for John and I. On this day, seventeen years ago, John and I met each other face-to-face for the very first time. Our mutual friend, Carol, provided us with email addresses in August of that year and that set our relationship in motion. Over the course of several months, John and I corresponded by email, snail mail, and phone. Before I met John face-to-face, I was very sure that I would marry him. He had not asked me at that time and did not “pop the question” for another year, but it was already clear to me that he was my soulmate.
Seventeen years ago on this date, I was concluding my first week of Interim Ministry Training in St. Louis, MO. Carol suggested that John meet me in St. Louis and she would do a “ceremony of…
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Have you ever thought about the donkey that carried Jesus into Jerusalem?
… thought not …
Perhaps, if we can name him, we might learn something from him … some powerful notions about living as missional Christians!
Here are some notions from St. Paul and Dr. Luke helping us when we get sideways with wrong, dumb or hurtful folks … how do we hold unity with such people?
[NOTE: this was originally edited for a radio broadcast, hence the lead-in and -out.]
Here are some unusual thoughts and practices for Christians from the first creation account, Genesis, the first chapter!
Here’s the first sermon I’ve figured out how to upload … enjoy!
I’ve just opened this WordPress blog, for the purpose of making my sermon files available. So, if you’re looking for what I typically do on a Sunday morning, poke around until you find them!