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On Death and Resurrection

On Monday morning, October 5, I went into my husband’s bedroom to remind him that I had a Zoom call with my spiritual formation group and asked him if he wanted breakfast.  He shook his head no. I told him … Continue reading

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From My Reading

“How do we remain alert for the signs of God’s entrance into our lives and the life of our time?  What can keep us awake in the drowsy atmosphere of habit that cozily blankets our days? According to Paul, the … Continue reading

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Brilliant Mind; Fiery Heart

This blog now contains nearly 620 posts.  I am  re-posting this slightly revised blog from November, 2015 on Easter Sunday because a brilliant mind and a fiery heart are both requirements for “resurrection living.“ There they all were, more than a … Continue reading

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Jesus is Risen!

“If the Spirit of him who raised Jesus from the dead dwells in you, he who raised Christ from the dead will give life to your mortal bodies also through his Spirit who lives in you.  So then, brothers and … Continue reading

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Who am I when my Body Fails Me – Guest Blog by Jeff Huisman

Who am I when my body fails me?  Oh, that was an easy answer when the question was first posed to me.  “I am myself in a failing body,” I thought.  After all, I’m already growing accustomed to pain, and … Continue reading

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Easter Thoughts

An empty tomb. Forgotten burial cloths. A rolled-away stone. Angel messengers.  A sobbing woman. A “gardener” who calls her by name and changes her sobbing to joy. This is the Easter story.  A resurrection story.  Every year we read and … Continue reading

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