Monthly Archives: March 2014

Laetare

There was once a man named John Henry Newton. Born in 1725 and raised up hard by his father (after his mother died of tuberculosis), young John Newton was not a nice man. “Newton lost his first job, in a … Continue reading

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Lent 2

  Just over two months ago, Doan and I stopped into the Savory Spice Store in Princeton; we went there to say hi to the owner, a friend of ours named Jon, and to pick up some frankincense and myrrh … Continue reading

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Lent 1

  There’s an “old story about a people who believed the entire world rested on the back of a turtle. So a little boy asked his mother what the turtle was resting on. “Another turtle,” she replied. “And what about … Continue reading

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