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Planning the Harvest

Today's Readings This might be a weekend you are turning on an out of office message and enjoying some well-deserved time to relax. Many...

Women, Earth, and Creator Spirit

Today's Readings Today we celebrate Pentecost, when the breath of the Spirit flowed through Jesus’ friends and empowered them to bring...

Desert Days

Today's Readings I can still picture them in the front row of the second-floor theater - the simple blackbox space of the local community...

Who Is the Best?

Today's Readings When I was a classroom teacher, a grammar lesson on superlative adjectives was usually a humorous one. I would begin the...

The Importance of Deep Questions

Today's Readings One of my favorite ways to pray and connect with each person of the Trinity is asking open-ended questions: Holy Spirit,...

This is enough, Lord!

Today’s Readings “This is enough, Lord! There have been times when I just want to say that. When I am witness to extreme pain,...

Guided to Grace

This morning I had a rare opportunity for a prayer time, courtesy of the dog. She woke my husband and me up promptly at 6 am, panting and...

Searching for Hope

Today's Readings A sign. As continue living through this pandemic. With a winter that is daily adding pain and suffering. We enter in to...

Unsolicited Love

Today's Readings February 14th - Valentine’s Day holds many expectations for people. Some may be thinking along the lines of roses and...

Out of the Drudgery

Today’s Readings Today’s readings seem rough at first. They speak of drudgery, work, stewardship, early mornings, and vast crowds. The...

Quiet! Come Out!

Today's Readings Not sleeping well is a habit in my family. Most of us have the gift of trying to fall asleep and instead doing inventory...

Baptism of the Lord

Today’s Readings In the readings today we find a tripartite stratum that gives us a deeper sense of the meaning of our baptismal call. To...

An Epiphany Defying Expectations

Today’s Readings The Magi set out. They knew what they were about. They were wise, wealthy, prepared with gifts and likely a large...

2020 as the Year of Many “Firsts”

I asked my sister, “Hey how will you remember 2020?” Her reply, “No words.” I brushed her answer off and naturally saw it as sarcasm. But...