Monthly Archives: December 2012

Advent Litnany of Mourning

In response to the shootings of children…my tears and words cannot express the ache in my heart and the sadness in my soul; some 2500 miles away I am reminded, yet again, that one of my callings in life is … Continue reading

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Advent Rain

Advent is here again. Driving home early to spend time with children, family and Christmas preparations, I am mesmerized by beads of moisture on my windshield. It’s not the usual drizzle, droplets, downpour, shower, or the half-dozen other names we … Continue reading

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Christmas Reflection

I sat down on the couch this evening after dinner for a brief moment after cleaning up most of the dishes and held my daughter in my arms.  Listening to light instrumental Christmas carols, I slowly began to relax.  I … Continue reading

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Shaking Foundations

Jeremiah 33:14-16; 1 Thessalonians 3:0-13; Luke 21:25-36 Let us pray.  Almighty God, look upon this gathering with a pierced heart and loving eyes.  Strengthen the spirits of these, your people, as they listen to these Scriptures and apply them to … Continue reading

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