"Christmas Unwrapped"

God has a way of taking what is secular and even profane, and using it to create a depth of meaning drawing us closer to the Divine source of all life and love.

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Making the Ordinary, Extraordinary

When I was in seminary, we were challenged to come up with a sixty-second sermon. Commonly called the "elevator sermon," it is as if you were in an elevator with someone and they were "trapped" into listening to your minute sermon.

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When a Mission comes Full Circle

I got to attend the "Thank You" Luncheon for the Homebuilders Association that donated to the renovations of the Goose Hollow Family Shelter. One story was shared that I thought was worth repeating.

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