Monthly Archives: September 2018

Thanksgiving prayer for India

God, I pray with joy for India, land of so many faiths lifting lives into your presence and weaving the traditions of many centuries into an abundance of marigolds, lights in all darknesses, and the pigments of Holi, become the … Continue reading

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School beginning — Guest Post by Canadian Richard Bott, with the smiling faces of Eli and Griffin Groggett

Eli and Griffin Groggett went to school for the first time! Mom is Dee Ledger, UCC pastor in Bethesda, Maryland. Dad, Frank, watches his boys from the precious cloud of witnesses. Thanks to Richard Bott for this prayer for the … Continue reading

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Reflection on James 2: 5

God has chosen the Rohingya to be rich in faith, and trafficked gay runaway teens to be heirs of the promise. God has chosen young black men gunned down by police to be Jesus, and the ancient holy places of … Continue reading

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