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I Used to Write…

I used to write for fun. I used to write for spiritual health. I used to write. And then the things I wanted to write about became things I couldn’t publish because they were too personal, or too close to … Continue reading

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Pain and Suffering, Grace and Healing

I was blessed this Sunday to be a vessel for the Word, for the Holy. I am not bragging, I am humbled. And I am only certain of this because of the response I received from people in the congregation. … Continue reading

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Clergy Couples: Reflections on Health and Well-being

The following is my guest blog for Lexington Theological Seminary Reverend Liz Faircloth DeWeese and her husband Reverend Don DeWeese are both LTS alums. We’re grateful for Liz’s candid reflection on what that means for their lives, calling and well-being. … Continue reading

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Practice Narrative Budget Mission and Time Study

Final Project Mission and Time Study – Narrative Budget

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Wind

Tonight on our walk the air was warm at first still my arms were cold not too cold, cause I didn’t want a jacket then I realized there was a breeze Like sea-breeze whipping around the trees and the houses … Continue reading

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I’m Ready for a Change

I’m Ready for a Change.

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I’m Ready for a Change

Does anyone else look up from their phone or computer and feel like the world is falling apart at the seams? Between disease, war/armed conflict, living breathing racism, and heightened awareness of depression that leads to suicide, I’m just not … Continue reading

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