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Now – A Vision and Mission for the New Year

On one hand we’re urged to live in the moment and savor the experience of NOW. And on the other hand, our culture tells us to plan for the future, to have a vision for what we want to accomplish … Continue reading

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Junk Food vs Real Food

There was an article in The Washington Post last week about cooking for children that probed into a move by some restaurants to dispense with the bland “Children’s Menu” frequently offered, and by parents who are seeking to introduce more … Continue reading

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Turning Secular into Sacred

Seeing the sacred in anything that helps us experience beauty or challenges us to think in a new way is akin to turning water into wine, I’ve always thought.  We have opportunities every day to take a mundane moment and … Continue reading

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For Our Eyes Only?

On Saturday morning I attended a funeral.  The service was for a individual that I didn’t know well, if at all, relatively speaking.  To be honest, and because I had just returned from a marvelous three-day getaway, the thought of donning a … Continue reading

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I Will Sing, Sing A New Song (40)

During a church service a few weeks ago our music director and choir offered the congregation a beautiful rendition of U2’s lullaby, MLK.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8lP7ZXe5t4   (maybe we can post their rendition here soon).  I cried hearing a song from an “album” … Continue reading

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Seeing Truth, Seeing Again

One of the great things about DC is the art galleries: great exhibits and rich permanent collections offer the opportunity to be renewed, to be challenged, to refresh your vision of this world. Just now, there is an exhibit at … Continue reading

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Finding Jesus

Twice a month, I meet up with some clergy colleagues to explore our ministries, support one another in our life choices, and pray and study together. Often, our devotions take the form of a Bible study, and today we looked … Continue reading

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