Oct 24 2014

Hopeful: Offshoots from Morning Glory

I am again sharing the newsletter of Mineral Street Programs and Services by Lisa Hernandez.  There is are good words here and some news.   Mineral Street Programs and Services, Inc. Cultivating healthy individuals, healthy families, for a healthy community. … Continue reading

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Oct 24 2014

The Painted Prayerbook: It Is Hard Being Wedded to the Dead

Image: River of Life © Jan Richardson A Reading for All Saints Day: Revelation 7.9-17 The Lamb…will guide them to springs of the water of life, and God will wipe away every tear from their eyes. – Revelation 7.17 For many years, I have loved the days of Halloween, All Saints, and All Souls. This […]

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Oct 24 2014

Holli Long: Fall Highlights

Now that all of the galleries from our weekend Fall Mini Sessions have been finished up and sent off to their beautiful owners, I thought I would share just a few of my favorites.  Despite some pretty chilly weather and clouds […]

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Oct 24 2014

Extreme Center: Worldwide Nature of the United Methodist Church

Worldwide Nature of the United Methodist Church Scott J. Jones  |  October 25, 2014 I have now posted a video which gives my perspective on the worldwide nature of the […]

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Oct 24 2014

Extreme Center: Worldwide Nature of the UMC Video

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Oct 24 2014

A Pastor's Thoughts: A Bright Sadness

There is a gravitas in the second half of life, but it is now held up by a much deeper lightness, or “okayness.” Our mature years are characterized by a kind of bright sadness and a sober happiness, if that … Continue reading

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