Monthly Archives: January 2014

Packing for a long journey…

The group that I am walking the Camino de Santiago with are taking the easy road. We are not carrying our possessions on our backs while walking. We will only be carrying day packs, with the major portion of our … Continue reading

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Who is the King of glory?

This phrase is repeated over and over in the reading from the Psalms this week – Who is the King of Glory? The readings this week focus on the changing from the old law, handed down from God to Moses … Continue reading

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Forming yourself

Bible Study. Are you engaging in a study of the Bible? I don’t mean reading it daily, that is a different issue. Do you spend at least some time each week looking closely into the Bible, either in a group … Continue reading

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You are a sign

I work at a great Community College. It has a long rich history of educating students, first as an extension of high school offering 13th and 14th grades, then as a School Board support college and ultimately as a Community … Continue reading

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Practicing Forgiveness

I am the oldest child, and I have one younger brother. As we were growing up together my chief joy was to torment my little brother. And by little, I do mean little. My brother was a very small boy … Continue reading

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I’m just an old lump of coal…

I have a creative streak. I am not an artist, I am creative, and those two things are not the same. I cook, sew, glue stuff, write stuff, and I enjoy it. If we could stay on the funny side … Continue reading

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Physical preparation for the Camino

I have been doing all sorts of things to prepare for my Camino walk later this year. One of those preparatory actions has been the physical preparation. Granted I am not walking the Camino de Frances which is about 500 … Continue reading

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From light to joy

If you are not paying close attention you will imagine that the upcoming week’s lectionary texts are about the same as last weeks, the focus on light. And while there is light in the text, the move is the joy … Continue reading

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The Journey begins here

 It is my great joy to spend quite a bit of time during the school year with the confirmands of the church that I serve. Our confirmation class meets during the sixth grade. Sixth grade is the perfect time for … Continue reading

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