Monthly Archives: January 2011

Where I’ve Been

I posted reasons for my invisibility on twitter and WordPress this past week here.  I hope to be back at it soon.

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Piano Guts

Our piano was in need of some special attention.  Gerald McCleskey provides some TLC.

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Bird Death Map

I titled my sermon last week, “Dead Birds, Baptism, and Epiphany,” mainly as a catchy way to get people to wonder what the sermon would be about.  I used the recent black bird death reports as an introduction, looking at … Continue reading

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Discovering What We Already Have

I recently read this quote of Thomas Merton while reading Into the Silent Land: A Guide to the Christian Practice of Contemplation by Martin Laird Thomas Merton pointed out toward the end of his life. He said, “In prayer we … Continue reading

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