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The Fourth Dog

The Fourth Dog During last Sunday’s service, we spoke about our eventual re-entry into the post-pandemic world. As we contemplate re-entry, many of us are abundantly ready for life to return to normal. But do we want to be “normal?” … Continue reading

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De-Monster-fying COVID 19

These days, it’s rare to have conversations that don’t include the pandemic. COVID-19 has become a “crowd of fears and sorrows who violently sweep our house empty of its furniture.” (paraphrasing Rumi, The Guest House). We invest the word COVID-19 … Continue reading

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Hope in Uncertainty

People in our denomination are sometimes reluctant to speak of hope. When we pray, we are supposed to be certain that our prayer will be answered.   Over the years, I’ve heard many experts say, “We don’t hope for a desired … Continue reading

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