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Commandments for Valentine’s Day (light-hearted … which means light and hearted)

1) God is God. If you expect a person to treat you like god, you are the maker of a bondage from which that person will be delivered, shaking the locusts off their feet on the way out the door. … Continue reading

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Improv on 1 Corinthians 13 for Ash Wednesday on Valentine’s Day

If I speak in tongues of justice or spirituality, but do not have ashes, I am a self-congratulating vigil, a Sunday service inspired by itself. If I have social media outreach, a labyrinth in the church garden, Bible study in … Continue reading

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A Valentine’s Message by LL Kroouze DuBreuil

LL Kroouze DuBreuil shared this meditation when handing out hearts with the safety pins so many of us wear to quietly name that we are safe people for those who may feel vulnerable because of race, faith, ethnicity, gender identity … Continue reading

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Transfiguration prayer and Ash Wednesday liturgy … Valentine’s Day, really?

I was on a long airplane ride yesterday and started writing liturgy — some of which I will use and some of which …. nope, I probably won’t. It’s been a while since I offered some of my own liturgy. … Continue reading

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