Tag Archives: Love

Context Matters – Some Thoughts on the Gospel According to John and antisemitism

In light of the recent shooting at Tree of Life Synagogue it has been weighing on my heart to engage some issues found in the gospel that Christians sometimes use to define our own faith, without recognizing that they may … Continue reading

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The Blessing of Enough

I’ve been shopping for clothes for my six-year-old daughter to wear to school this winter, and I am so frustrated! The “skinny jeans” and low-rise fad has made it impossible to find something that fits and will cover her behind. … Continue reading

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Transplants and Transformation…A Stewardship Lesson?

Tonight’s Gray’s Anatomy about Transplant offered glimpses of many of the lessons I am learning about stewardship and giving. Generosity can be risky, because we never know what the receiver will do with our gifts. So maybe we should transform our … Continue reading

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The Lord put out his hand and touched my mouth

I was reading the lectionary texts for this week and there is this lovely moment in the Jeremiah text which is the calling of Jeremiah to be a prophet of the Lord, where the scripture tells us, “Then the Lord put out … Continue reading

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Intention

This morning, in the middle of morning cartoons that started way too early for this mommy’s liking, my precious boy (all of 2) turned around to face me while sitting in my lap and said, “I happy.” “You’re happy?” I … Continue reading

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