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Who Am I When My Body Fails Me? – Part 10: Trading Coins

“Who am I when my body fails me?”  This is a question we must face when injury or illness takes its toll  on our lives. How do we respond to physical, mental, emotional stresses? How do we view God when … Continue reading

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Lenten Series – Part 5: Nagging

We are in the season of Lent, a period of 40 days before Easter when Christians traditionally lament over their sins and then, in response, choose something to give up such as chocolate or Facebook or alcohol. The idea is … Continue reading

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Writing: Recycling Life

Writing as an Act of Faith What makes a writer write?  Passion?  Pride? An assignment? Financial desperation?  All of the above, perhaps.  But sometimes we write because writing through the gunk and griefs of life may not only ease our … Continue reading

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Breathing Under Water – Part 1

My life-long journey is walking with Jesus as his apprentice.  The path AND the destination are the Kingdom of God. Today I’m at the edge of a new adventure! This side trip is a on-line journey with Fr. Richard Rohr … Continue reading

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