Monthly Archives: February 2017

Epiphany Last

So this Wednesday is Ash Wednesday, which is often one of the busiest days for churches around the world. We’ll have four services on Wednesday and I’ll be driving around bringing ashes to the elderly and the infirm, but all … Continue reading

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Epiphany 7

No less of a public philosopher than Sir Charles Barkley once said, “People always say turn the other cheek. If you turn the other cheek, I’m gonna hit you in the other cheek too.” Sir Charles’ take on this teaching … Continue reading

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Epiphany 6

One Sunday morning a preacher was greeting folks at the door after the service. A woman took the preacher’s hand and said, “Father, that was a very good sermon.” The preacher, humble as always, said, “Oh, I have to give … Continue reading

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Epiphany 5

Salt and light. I think salt and light are appropriate topics for today, given the amount of salt and spectacle I will be consuming later on today. That Lipton onion dip is one of my favorite things in the world, … Continue reading

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