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when i hold your little hands in mine i can’t help but wonder what your hands will hold will your hands give food to the hungry? will they raise up in protest of discrimination and racism? will they hold a … Continue reading
“Jesus called out to them, ‘Come, follow me, and I will show you how to fish for people’” (Matthew 4:19). Remember playing the game “Follow the Leader” when you were a kid? I used to work in an after school … Continue reading
Opening in the 1930’s Mississippi, in what could be a John Steinbeck novel, a man tries to find work to support him and his pregnant wife. He returns home with no luck to find his wife had given birth to … Continue reading
This week for Sunday Reads I’m sharing five blog posts about Christmas that I found worth sharing and pondering. They appear in no particular order. Happy pondering. Praise: In the Tradition of Mary’s Magnificant: Jenn at JennRaeSpeaks writes a praise … Continue reading
Here are five blog posts I found interesting over the past week and might be worth pondering. These five posts are in no particular order.
I’m reposting the audio of a sermon I preached a few years ago at Peakland. I preached this sermon at the Community Thanksgiving service last night.
On November 26, Netflix will premiere a new Saturday-morning style series of VeggieTales cartoons. In the original cartoons, Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber would introduce the shorts from the kitchen counter. I never thought about it much, but … Continue reading
Ten candles had been lit to remember the saints who had claimed the promise of the resurrection this past year. The candles were flickering throughout the service. The wax dripped along the edges of the candlelabra.