Lectionary resources for worship, faith formation, and service
by Anna Murdock This piece was originally found on E-Talk Newsletter The instructions were clear and exact from the elderly gentleman who gave what looked to be a dead stick … Continue reading →
Psalm 145:4–5 “One generation shall laud your works to another, and shall declare your mighty acts. On the glorious splendor of your majesty, and on your wondrous works will I … Continue reading →
In Paul’s second letter to Timothy, written from prison in Rome, Paul urges Timothy to remember the faith passed on to him by his mother, grandmother and family of faith, … Continue reading →
Years ago I experienced a trying time in a crowded bathroom at a Maryland rest stop. My young daughter wanted to go in the stall by herself and shut the … Continue reading →
I like to wonder – about a lot of things, really. Especially when faced with things I don’t understand. Rather than just throw up my hands, I tend to approach … Continue reading →
It was a very odd request for a religious retreat. “Think of someone you cannot stand,” the leader said. “I mean, someone you really despise. Don’t say their name out … Continue reading →
The memorial to US president Franklin Delano Roosevelt shows him in a wheelchair, although that was not the original plan. The original plans called for him being depicted in a … Continue reading →
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