The Witness Accuses and Rectifies

Pastoral Prayer: Almighty and everlasting God, whose will it is to restore all things in your well-beloved Son, the King of kings and Lord of lords: Mercifully grant that these peoples of the earth, divided and enslaved by sin, may be freed and brought together under his most gracious Continue reading

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The Last American Virtue: A Conversation with Greg Horton

The last sacred thing is choice–individual choice. That line in a recent Facebook Post prodded this conversation.Continue reading

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Faithful Presence #4 – An Advent Series

Mary could tell stories. For more than fifty years she worked with youth. Sadness gripped her when she thought of those who made life choices that ended in pain. Joy welled up when she recalled many a young person who took up different practices fueled by a different truth … Continue reading

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Community Witness

Human beings look for meaning behind every event and experience. Maybe not all look for meaning, but many do. The Church continues to grapple with how to talk or describe the meaning of the death and resurrection of Jesus. That is not likely to change.… Continue reading

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“Witness” as Vocation – Other, no matter how many, as Occupation

My friend Todd Hiestand offers a great, personal post. The line that go my attention, and should get yours too,

(By the way, I use the term â??bi-occupationalâ? instead of â??bi-vocationalâ? because I believe that my vocation as a Christian is â??witness.â? What I do for pay does

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