Tag Archives: God

Triune Love

Our brains are way too small to comprehend God. The Trinity is what makes sense of what we know about God, even though we really can’t fully explain it.   John Wesley once said, “Show me a worm that can … Continue reading

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Saying Good-bye

At Snowline Hospice, I work with people who bravely say good-bye. I work with people who struggle to say good-bye through their tears. I have people who can’t say good-bye because they are in denial that their loved one is … Continue reading

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Light up the World! Jesus Is Come!

Hanging lights on a Christmas tree can be most stressful. Some nice person on the Internet has even made a list of Things Not to Say When Hanging Lights on the Christmas Tree. Let me read some of them: 8. … Continue reading

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Restore, restore your people

I have a brother-in-law who is a major in the Utah National Guard. He was a captain a few years ago when we stayed with them for my mother’s 80th birthday. While we were there he was called out because … Continue reading

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Being the Holy Decider

William Willimon is professor of the Practice of Christian Ministry at Duke University. He is also a United Methodist bishop. Willimon is a noted preacher and gives preaching workshops. I’m telling you this because I’m going to tell you a … Continue reading

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Wayne Parker “was talking last week with a professor friend of (his) at (a) local university. He teaches a freshman level chemistry class and told (Wayne) about a phone call he had received from a parent of one of his … Continue reading

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The Living Stones of Our Saviour

This is a wonderful occasion. This parish is celebrating being in Placerville for 150 years. Being here in this place happened because of the work and dedication of many, many people. The current members of this are parish are the … Continue reading

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