Photo CreditWildflowers on the PPAS entry road, Kingsville, TX. Photo by Sonja Dalglish
I don’t really like to think of myself as a sheep because they are somewhat stupid animals and I have prided myself on being a good student during my academic career. But the truth is that I can also be … Continue reading
We have passed through Easter and heard the good news: Christ is risen! He is risen indeed! Death has been defeated! The cross is empty which has gotten me thinking about crosses. My mother collected crosses and had several favorites … Continue reading
Genesis 28:10-19a 10Jacob left Beer-sheba and went toward Haran. 11He came to a certain place and stayed there for the night, because the sun had set. Taking one of the stones of the place, he put it under his head … Continue reading
I have just finished reading a memoir by Barbara Ehrenreich named Living with a Wild God. She has written several important books, some used in sociology classes, such as Nickled and Dimed in America, a book about how difficult it … Continue reading
I read an article a few years ago that stated that perhaps atheism is the new normal for the future. It has been fashionable to ask atheists, “What god do you not believe in?” because you and I probably do … Continue reading
The Pentecost account in Acts chapter two shows how open and inclusive God is. So often, we want to define faith and community in a small way as our church or our denomination – or if we are being very … Continue reading
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