Monthly Archives: May 2014

Jesus Descended…?

for the ears:   for the eyes: On Sunday, May 25th, the Revised Common Lectionary took us to 1 Peter 3:13-22 — a wide conglomeration of verses, kind of like those variety cheesecakes that actually have 3 or 4 different flavored … Continue reading

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Cornbread Everywhere

The thing about our daughter, Lexi, is that she doesn’t have the inhibitions that burden so many children today.  Down Syndrome + Autism will do that to a kid, I suppose.  No, we don’t let her get away with it, but, … Continue reading

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Audio Lectionary Readings

I truly enjoy spending every week in the Revised Common Lectionary.  As a discipline (defined here as “something I know I should do more often, so I keep striving and sometimes slipping”), I like to record it and listen to … Continue reading

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This Is About My Sister

Do you remember where you were 28 years ago?  I was only 6 years old at the time, but I can vividly remember 10 seconds of this day — May 21, 1986 — with eerie clarity.  I was sitting in a … Continue reading

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YOU WON’T BELIEVE some of these Eye Catching Headlines! Number 7 made me shoot chocolate milk out of my left nostril…

…and I haven’t had any chocolate milk! I am simply making an observation. We choose content because of the wow. Surprises makes us say wow. It’s no wonder, then, that our news feeds have titles like this. I think it’s … Continue reading

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Lectionary Readings – Year A, Fifth Sunday of Easter

Acts 7:55-60 Psalm 31:1-5, 15-16 1 Peter 2:2-10 John 14:1-14

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Time-Life Books are BACK!

Listen here: Links pertaining to this post: Time-Life Commercial from the 80’s News Story about the ReRelease of the Time-Life Books  

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