Monthly Archives: August 2016

we are ready for you

Homily for August 28 My first church job was a St. Paul’s in Cary, North Carolina. Cary was mentioned in the national news this week when NPR did a piece about changing demographics in the New South, in states like … Continue reading

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the great and growing cloud of witnesses

Homily for August 14, 2016 A couple of weeks ago I heard the news that the lone remaining perpetrator of the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham in 1963 was up for release from prison. I learned that this … Continue reading

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so much stuff, so little to value

Homily for August 7, 2016 Every once in a while a space opens up in my daily calendar. If someone cancels a meeting or I get done with something early I get bonus time, a little gift from heaven when … Continue reading

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