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January 13, 2015

Epiphany

e·piph·a·ny: noun-a moment of sudden revelation or insight Throughout the Protestant church, the season of Epiphany begins on January 6th and ends on Ash Wednesday. Depending on the timing of Easter, this season of the church  year can last from four to nine Sundays, and in some churches, the final Sunday of Epiphany is celebrated as Transfiguration Sunday. […]

January 6, 2015

It’s 2015. Yikes!!

It’s 2015. Yikes!! Remember when the book 1984 was a science fiction book about a time far off into the future? Now we’re actually living in a year 30 years later! Not so many years ago we would find it impossible to believe that we could transmit medical data by merely holding the phone up to the heart monitor we are wearing. The rotator […]

December 16, 2014

Christmas Joy

              “It’s the most wonderful time of the year,   With the kids jingle belling  And everyone telling you, ‘Be of good cheer’.” I’m sure we all recognize those happy words. I’m not sure I have ever heard someone say, “Be of good cheer” in conversation, but we hear things like “Have a nice day”, “Happy Holidays”, “Merry […]

December 8, 2014

A Right Christmas

A Right Christmas Now that we’re two weeks into the Advent season, it seems a good time for a spiritual check-in on the  whole matter of Christmas. Did the carol leave a few  other things out? How are we keeping the main thing the main thing? Are we dreaming of a Right Christmas? Christ came to this earth as one […]

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