Monthly Archives: November 2016

digging a well

A whole lot seems to have changed since the last time I stood up in the pulpit, three weeks ago. The election of Donald Trump came as a shock to most people I know -and to give you a sense … Continue reading

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what I ask of my saints

Almighty God, you have knit together your elect in one communion and fellowship …: Give us grace to follow your blessed saints, that we may come to those joys that you have prepared for those who truly love you. To … Continue reading

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the view from the sycamore tree

Homily for October 30, 2016 When I was at St. Paul’s in Cary I read a book about surviving in youth ministry, which is how I spent much of my time there. You know, youth ministry is probably a lot … Continue reading

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