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A Pastor's Thoughts | Real Value

In these days of turbulent stock markets and uncertain economics, we would do well to know what has real value. There’s a true story that comes from the sinking of the Titanic. A frightened woman found her place in a lifeboat that was about to … [Read More...]

First kiln at City Clay

So, this one will become a pen and pencil holder rather than a mug. It’s one of two mugs whose form I liked and whose glazes were swirly in almost all the right ways, but which are both casualties of … Continue reading → … [Read More...]

A Potter's View | Clergy Burnout and Labor Day

Labor Day and clergy make for an interesting pair. One issue is mixing the secular with the sacred. Most of us clergy aren’t too fond of that, but we do have sense enough to know that you better mention mothers on Mother’s Day. Another Labor Day … [Read More...]

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First kiln at City Clay

So, this one will become a pen and pencil holder rather than a mug. It’s one of two mugs whose form I liked and whose glazes were swirly in almost all the right ways, but which are both casualties of … Continue reading → … [Read More...]

Bob Stevenson

The Moment and The Song

Submitted by Bob Stevenson, An imperfect Lay follower of Christ of the Methodist persuasion, beginning my 80th year on planet. I haven’t been able to get the song out of my head.  It followed me from “The Moment” in worship Sunday morning—bouncing … [Read More...]

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