Monthly Archives: March 2014

Into the Heart of Lent — From the Psalms to the Cloud

On Mondays I have been sharing a few prayers from our new book “From the Psalms to the Cloud — Connecting to the Digital Era” (Mankin and Tirabassi, Pilgrim Press).In very different ways Sharon Benton and Sonja Ingrebritson’s prayers identify … Continue reading

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Fractured Parables — Lenten Post 4

My Lenten devotion this year is to dwell with the parables …  Lent with the parables … really not so much fractured like fairy tales, but pushed and pinched and pursued and prayed down that long path where they elude … Continue reading

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Questions

Todd Jenkins, poet and photographer, asks questions and invites us to do so. You and I will learn very little about one another or anything else, for that matter, if all we do is ask questions for which we have … Continue reading

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Lenten spiritual practices for the real world — From the Psalms to the Cloud

On Mondays I have been sharing a few prayers from our new book “From the Psalms to the Cloud — Connecting to the Digital Era” (Mankin and Tirabassi, Pilgrim Press). Kip Gilmore-Clough writes “During Lent, I tried a spending fast … Continue reading

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Fractured parables – Lenten Post 3

My Lenten devotion this year is to dwell with the parables …  Lent with the parables … really not so much fractured like fairy tales, but pushed and pinched and pursued and prayed down that long path where they elude … Continue reading

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Perspectives … more wrestling with the potential “holy-ruptcy” of the liberal church

Earlier this year R. Matthew Stevens began a conversation with his essay, “It Ain’t Easy Being Liberal” which reflected on his own United Church of Canada. This second article “Perspectives” carries the discussion further and invites the response of people … Continue reading

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Prayer for St. Patrick’s Day and for Spring Cleaning — From the Pslams to the Cloud

Collect for St. Patrick’s Day God, who makes a saint of Brigit with a milk-miracle and a beer-miracle, and who searches for even one lost snake that’s been driven out, teach us Irish gifts – fiddling and potatoes, storytelling and … Continue reading

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