A church I pastored some years ago thought I came to fill the shoes of the previous pastor. In an awkward moment the church gathered around our family for prayer. One person, who either represented what Marshall Shelley would have termed a "well-intentioned dragon" or my own perception of … Continue readingRead More
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Listen, because the incomprehensible Word, the child, speaks to you.
Don’t patronize him; don’t reject him; don’t sentimentalize him. Learn
the language within which he makes sense. And come to the table to
enjoy the breakfast, the breakfast which is he himself, the Word made
flesh, the Life which