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Christopher Frye
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Seeing Together
For various reasons, it's been months since I last posted on this blog. One of the reasons, now that I look back, is that I have been preoccupied with other things. I'm sure you know what it's like to slip away or out of a discipline because of the demands ...
Seeing Together
Seeing Together
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Incredulity
The Incredulity of Saint Thomas  Caravaggio c. 1601–1602. It was the best of times,   it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity.  A Tale of Two Cities (185...
Incredulity
Incredulity
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Cleaning House
Realizing that I haven't updated this blog with a new post in many weeks, it occurred to me that it is rather easy to be distracted by a felt need to be respond to everything at the expense of focusing on the One thing. If for nothing else, the last several...
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Return to Vocation
Sunrise over Chambersburg Hospital A calling, a vocation, is something that God created us to be, become and to do. Sometimes it takes a while to figure it out. God waits until the right time to give us that nudge, or open the path that leads to discovering...
Return to Vocation
Return to Vocation
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Rejoice! (Really?) Really!
This Third Sunday of Advent calls us to rejoice. Traditionally, this Sunday has been known as Gaudete Sunday from the first Latin word of the appointed Introit. The Latin command, Gaudete , is also echoed in the readings for this Sunday from Psalm 126 and P...
Rejoice! (Really?) Really!
Rejoice! (Really?) Really!
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Yet Again
Do you feel like this sometimes? The season of Advent is just about here, yet again.  Recognizing this season of preparation and anticipation for the gift that it is can often be a challenge in our rush . Reluctant to wait, we tend to hurry ahead skipping o...
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Yet Again
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Service
The Washing of Feet , by Ghislane Howard One of my favorite hymns is The Spirit Sends Us Forth to Serve.  The words were written by  Delores Dufner, OSB. It is hymn number 551 in Evangelical Lutheran Worship.  Here are the four verses for your consideration...
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Discernment
I came upon the following thought about discernment somewhere (I can't remember where, so I can't provide proper attribution). Maybe the church is implicated in this example of misuse. What do you think? Several times we have actually used the word "discern...
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Listening
At times it has been a steep learning curve. Learning to listen more and speak less has been a discipline that I have had to intentionally practice. However, it is becoming easier the more I practice it. Never will perfection be reached. I will have to be c...
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Listening
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Reformation: A Look Inward and Forward
This coming Sunday in the Faith Formation class, I'll begin teaching a series of sessions entitled Reformation: A Look Inward and Forward . For four consecutive Sundays, we will be invited to explore the dynamic implications of our legacy as a church that i...
Reformation: A Look Inward and Forward
Reformation: A Look Inward and Forward
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