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Craig Morton
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according to some: "vicar at large"
according to some: "vicar at large"

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Purity
Purity
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Purity
A few mornings ago, as I was walking to, for some reason I started to contemplate "purity". I usually contemplate more immediate issues like: what will I make for supper? are hard wood floors easier to clean than carpets? do I have enough in the checking ac...
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Vocation Begins with Listening
It Begins with Listening Everyday
upon waking, we have three questions to respond to:   Who am I? What do I have to offer? And, who is
my neighbor?   When these questions are
asked by followers of Jesus Christ, the answers are transformative.   As each day ...
Vocation Begins with Listening
Vocation Begins with Listening
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Vocation Begins with Listening
It Begins with Listening Everyday
upon waking, we have three questions to respond to:   Who am I? What do I have to offer? And, who is
my neighbor?   When these questions are
asked by followers of Jesus Christ, the answers are transformative.   As each day ...
Vocation Begins with Listening
Vocation Begins with Listening
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Thanks for the reminder about Joy to the World. I was once remarking how our hymnal tends to be on the reflective, somber, dark side in some of our kingdom songs. Not that one.
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You Won't be Able to Discern God's Actions...
...if you don't know what... ...God cares about. This morning I was reading a wonderfully short blog by Scott McKnight, entitled "The OT's Most Important Command"* It got me thinking on a couple levels.  Leaning on the work of Walter Brueggemann (and who wo...
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God in a Gorilla Suit
"One more thing" There's an experience I often have when I preach. As soon as I get done, I often think of other things I should have said.  There have been times I have felt compelled to walk back up to the pulpit and say, "oh yeah, one more thing." But I ...
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