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Everyone Who Asks

Give to everyone who asks you, and if anyone takes what belongs to you, do not demand it back. — Luke 6:30 —— “Were you expecting two Muslim women at church this morning?” The question came from a curious church member yesterday morning about forty-five minutes before worship. I looked at her blankly. “Um, no, […]

Feeling Ripped Off?

Another Way for week of July 5, 2019 Feeling Ripped Off? I hate feeling ripped off—in this case losing about four hours of time—for both my husband and me. Added up, that makes eight hours, pretty much wasted. I have written about other experiences whe...

Season After Pentecost, 2019 Year C : The Gospel Passage – Knowing in Whose Name you are being sent out in

“After this the Lord appointed seventy others and sent them on ahead of him in pairs to every town and place where he himself intended to go.” (Luke 10:1) I was just thinking about this passage the other day. While I was pondering it, I did not remember that it followed the incident where the […]

The Road is Wide, the Rain is Falling

The words, "deeply grieved" hardly begin to convey the depth of fear, anger, and concern I feel over the treatment of asylum seekers at our southern borders.  Men, held in standing room only conditions.  Children, separated from mothers, from...

How Do You Find Joy?

Another Way for week of June 28, 2019 Who’s Got Joy? “I’ve got the joy, joy, joy, joy, down in my heart. Down in my heart, down in my heart…” No, it wasn’t Marie Kondo crooning this old timey little Sunday school song but rather Granny on Beverly Hillb...

Be Happy #1 – Start Something with Jesus (Phil. 1.1-11)

Rejoice! Paul uses words like joy to describe the depths of happiness he has found in identifying with Jesus as Messiah. This isn’t a happiness devoid of reality, where he invites the church at Philippi to wear Christian rose colored glasses. This sort of happiness embraces struggles, pain, suffering, and broken relationships. It holds the frustrations of life, names the circumstances we can’t control, and yet chooses a joy-filled contentment that can only be explained by having encountered the God of the universe in Jesus Christ. Journey with us through Paul’s powerful letter: Philippians.

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