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Carol Kuniholm
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Some days hope is easy and grace abundant. Some days hope is far more difficult. Today I felt the need to step back and reconsider.
Defiant, Persistant, Prophetic Hope
Defiant, Persistant, Prophetic Hope
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Defiant, Persistant, Prophetic Hope
These past few months, as the work I've been doing careens from apparent forward motion to sudden standstill, then springs back to life only to stall again, I've been puzzling over the dynamics of hope. Is hope a spiritual gift? A naive illusion? In 1963, o...
Defiant, Persistant, Prophetic Hope
Defiant, Persistant, Prophetic Hope
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Resurrection: the Great Reversal
Resurrection: the Great Reversal
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Resurrection: the Great Reversal
For me, a strong signpost of the resurrection is the record of the first encounters at the empty tomb. According to all four gospels, the women were the first to see evidence that Jesus was risen; three of the gospels record that women were the first to spe...
Resurrection: the Great Reversal
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After an exhausting week traveling through PA with three California redistricting commissioners, convening four town halls in four different counties, giving testimony before a Senate committee, I find myself praying through past Easter weekend blogposts.
God is the one who changes hearts and minds, who upends history and breaks down walls.
I"m reminded of the prayer that preceded the shattering of apartheid, the crumbling of the Communist empire in places like Poland.
And find my rest in this three word prayer: Lord have mercy.
In Darkness: Lord, Have Mercy
In Darkness: Lord, Have Mercy
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In Darkness: Lord, Have Mercy
My preferred way to celebrate Good Friday would be to spend the day in darkness. If I had my way, I’d put something black on the front door, draw the blinds, spend the day alone. Good Friday, for me, of all days, is the day to acknowledge the depths of our ...
In Darkness: Lord, Have Mercy
In Darkness: Lord, Have Mercy
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Love and Anger
I've been thinking lately about managing anger. No doubt about it: I'm angry. When I hear that our president referred to countries I love with language that I would not allow from even the wildest street kid in my care.  When I see men I once respected twis...
Love and Anger
Love and Anger
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Still Waiting in Hope
On Thursday, in darkness, I read the words of Isaiah :  Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter.  Woe to those who are wise in their own eyes and clever ...
Still Waiting in Hope
Still Waiting in Hope
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Think. Pray. Vote.
As the righteous grow powerful, people rejoice; but when the wicked rule, people groan... A king brings stability to a land by justice, but one who exacts tribute tears it down... The righteous care about justice for the poor, but the wicked have no such co...
Think. Pray. Vote.
Think. Pray. Vote.
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Think. Pray. Vote.
As the righteous grow powerful, people rejoice; but when the wicked rule, people groan... A king brings stability to a land by justice, but one who exacts tribute tears it down... The righteous care about justice for the poor, but the wicked have no such co...
Think. Pray. Vote.
Think. Pray. Vote.
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