Love

John 13:31-35 I recently heard a parent say that they are teaching their child not to be perfect but to be loving. The mother, Glennon Doyle Melton, wrote a letter to her son, Chase, saying: “Chase we do no care if you are the smartest or fastest or coolest or funniest.  There will be lots of contests at school, and […]

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Come and Eat

John 21:1-19 Debbie Little Wyman, a communications director at Harvard Law School, never imagined that she would one day become a priest to the homeless on the streets of Boston.  Debbie never imagined that one day she would find peace and meaning beyond her wildest imagination through a communion of coffee and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches with the homeless […]

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Full of Amazement

Luke.24.1-12 Astonished. Bewildered. At a loss for words. These are the reactions that I imagine the women experience when they show up to Jesus’ tomb with fragrant spices and discover Jesus’ body is missing … While this group of female disciples is still trying to make sense of what is going on, two dazzling figures appear and ask them: “Why […]

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