Monthly Archives: July 2005

Lectio Divina for groups

One of the best retreats I’ve been on with a group was a silent retreat I participated in with fellow staff members several years ago. Between times of solitude, we learned about lectio divina and had opportunity to engage Scripture … Continue reading

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An Indigo Girl and Holy Listening

Good article on music and spirituality Holy Listening, Sojourners Magazine/August 2005

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Much Better

The “cold front” has hit–nice to see a 20 degree change on today’s temp guage in my car.

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buechner on the presence of God

I am reading Buechner’s “The Eyes of the Heart”(Harper San Francisco, 1999, p.97) and, as usual, run into powerful thoughts that prevent me from moving on without a long pause. “Trust that if God is anywhere, God is here, which … Continue reading

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McKnight on the Kingdom of God

The phrase “kingdom of God” is often used but seldom explained. McKnight explains and brings clarity! Jesus Creed

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Hottern’ Hell in Texas

The number on my dashboard when I headed homeward from work today. I’m thanking God for fast-acting AC–zoom, zoom, zoom.

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N.T. Wright Quote

. . . it is our task not just to tell but to live out the story; that the model of God’s self-giving love in creation, covenant, judgment, mercy, incarnation, atonement, resurrection, wind and fire, and ultimately recreation must be … Continue reading

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