Monthly Archives: December 2009

Year End Completions

Some good questions from David Allen for end of year reflection as well as for looking ahead to 2010. Year End Completions Posted using ShareThis Advertisements

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Scripture this Week

This Sunday is the Second Week of Christmas in the church year.  The lectionary texts give us great opportunity to linger a while with the Christ child and invite us to continue exploring the significance of God entering our world … Continue reading

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Should There Be a Clock in the Sanctuary?

I love this.  And, no, we don’t have one in ours. The Rev. Dr. Joanna M. Adams – Should There Be a Clock in the Sanctuary? – Day1.org.

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Bible is most-stolen book during holidays

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A culture of thinking for church . . .

The greatest challenge is two-fold: an infrastructure centered around automobiles that has created suburban sprawl, and a culture of thinking about our city as undeserving of radical change. This quote is from Dr. Loren Demerath from Centenary College and author … Continue reading

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What I didn’t get for Christmas . . .

Random things seen in gift shop in Colorado:              

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Let the work of Christmas begin . . .

When the song of the angels is stilled, When the star in the sky is gone, When the kings and princes are home,When the shepherds are back with their flock, The Work of Christmas begins: To find the lost, To … Continue reading

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