Monthly Archives: March 2012

Time away from the crowd

First Sunday in Lent—Mark 1:9-15—February 26, 2012 I am sure I won’t have to convince many of you that we don’t get as much sleep as we used to. Not since factories and street lighting and late night restaurants. Certainly … Continue reading

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I have faith in you

Transfiguration Sunday—February 19, 2012 Last week, sitting with the kids, I tried to engage them in a conversation about the difference between pride and confidence. It’s a complicated point of distinction because how often do we say to our kids, … Continue reading

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Doing things over and over again

6th Sunday after Epiphany—February 12, 2012—2 Kings 5:1-14 Let’s all be honest: We like things the way we like them. We have our habits, and even the bad ones we usually hold on to. We value routine, much as we … Continue reading

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