Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast

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July 31, 2017

When you were in 5th grade and first read about Helen Keller, did you imagine what it was like to be her?  Did you go into a silent room, close your eyes and move the fingers of your one hand in purposeful ways into the palm of the other, trying to conjure up a life wi...

July 26, 2017

Maybe you’ve met our Bishop, Mark Beckwith, during one of his visits to Grace.  His capacity to remember people is legend and I don’t only mean names.  If you had a fifteen minute conversation at coffee hour three years ago with Mark during which you told him about you...

July 17, 2017

I first met Melvona Hicks about twenty years ago.  As the newly hired “Parish Missioner” of my then church I was sent out to the parish: everyplace within walking distance of our physical address.  My job was to talk to strangers and find out how my community of faith...

July 10, 2017

When I moved into Rosemary’s 5th floor, railroad apartment in 1992 the city was a stop for me, not a destination.  No fan of crowds, traffic and noise, I wanted to get ordained and head to a church some place with rolling fields, apple orchards and soft mountains.  Ros...

July 6, 2017

A lawyer asked him the seemingly simple question “Who is my neighbor?” and Jesus answered with a lengthy story about the Good Samaritan.  Some prominent religious leaders noted that for a supposedly holy guy Jesus spent significant amounts of time with people who were...

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