Category Archives: lectionary

The Easter *Season* (Not Day)

As Christmas has Boxing Day (Canada), Easter has back to school Monday (at least in my district). Spring break was last week here at DavidsonHaus, our unhurried mornings fueled by Fruit Loops (not actual fruit) and YouTube. Now the kids … Continue reading

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All Saints Day

On today’s customary train-spotting round trip, Lexi and I shared lament that 1) there was no train to see and 2) it is snowing. Lexi isn’t too much of a fan of cold and snow. Like so many of us … Continue reading

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Trinity Sunday & Unity

TrinitySunday is a solid day to talk about reconciliation. A community of three creates a world and a community of two in Adam&Eve. Community3 is re-creating by bringing about the Kingdom! Racism/ethnocentrism find their root in Community2. BUT Community3 rescues … Continue reading

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[RadCast] Sin (us) and Grace (God) :::

Lent is a time of reflection, repentance, and renewal. Unconfessed sin is a heavy weight that slows us down. God does not exist to make us feel bad — rather, He wants to set us free from the guilt of … Continue reading

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[RadCast] Advent #10 (Isaiah 61)

Injustice is upside down, so God comes to make justice upside up. The mission you and I are on today is joy!  

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Advent Snow

Snow imposes what Advent intends to do: slow us down, help us see things from a different light, live in the now and look forward in hope.  Peaking at 27 miles an hour on a freeway has a spiritual effect … Continue reading

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[RadCast] Advent #4 (Mark 13:24-31) End Times…

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[RadCast] Advent #3 (1 Corinthians 1:3-9)

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Power Struggle (Exodus 1)

Pharaoh’s murderous directive to drown every newborn Hebrew boy seems rather out of place in the bible, especially for a book written to proclaim the faithfulness of God. You can find the story for yourself at the opening chapter of … Continue reading

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The Difference Between Proximity and Identity

This being Holy Week, I find myself thinking quite a bit about the experience of the first disciples as they witnessed the most important event(s) in human history.  We were created, we fell away, we are being redeemed through Christ. … Continue reading

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