October 31, 2017

When we can retreat from all of the bigness of this world we will find the Lord waiting in the smallness, long lost forgotten.


October 30, 2017

When we aren't careful as a parish we can lose our identity in part through fragmentation.  Smaller groups and activities working toward the same mission independently.  We unintentionally lose sight of the cornerstone that fuses us into one church.  We follow Jesus Ch...

October 29, 2017

A common reply to a greeting of; "How are you?" or "What's new?"  In the truest sense, that reply is the farthest from the truth.  With God, nothing is common or happenstance.  That encounter was planned before time as we know it to fulfill God's plan.  Amen....

October 28, 2017

Faith is not on the surface of our being, but at the very core of our soul.  We must allow all that God gives us to penetrate all the layers to heal and feed us and change us to be what we are truly called to be.  Amen.

October 27, 2017

Our grain is the thickness or thinness of our skin, or the hardness or softness of our heart.  As children of God,  

we collectively make great things, or on our own not so much.  God loves us so much He allows us to make that choice.  Amen.

October 26, 2017

Ever look at the woodgrain of the pew in front of you?  The color, width, density tell a story.  What story does your grain tell?  Something to contemplate.

October 26, 2017

To solve a puzzle one must find the key.  The same is true with the Gospels.  And the key to them is Love.  Jesus' teachings are all motivated by His love for us and the Father.  Amen.

October 24, 2017

God graces each of us with talents.  We are called to use those talents to the best of our ability to glorify Him while serving others.  Alleluia.

October 23, 2017

The "quick to listen and slow to speak" from James 1: 19 plays a significant role when praying to God.  We often talk to much instead of just saying "Here I am" and then remaining quiet.  I am finding God likes to talk too.  Amen.

October 22, 2017

...and to God the things that are God's.  The "what" is you and me.  Jesus wants us!  Not for an hour on Sunday.  But 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; for as long as He blesses us with life.  And, God wants us as we are...  Amen.

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