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Jun'15

Parenting is tough

Despite Samsonite pleadings to spare him inhumane torture and emasculation, I occasionally bring my 10 yr old to get his …

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Jun'15

Our Many DIfferent Selves

Over lunch with a friend recently, I shared my nervousness about speaking at an upcoming event before a notoriously critical …

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Jun'15

Responding to Teens’ Antagonistic Questions

Roy offers tips for responding to antagonistic teens’ questions.

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06

Apr'12

Good Friday

Wisdom, power, and adoration To the blessed Trinity For redemption and salvation Through the Paschal Mystery. Now, in every generation, And for all eternity. Amen

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14

Jan'12

Silence and Peace

Often I read scripture, and a phrase grabs hold of my spirit and I stop to wonder and ponder it’s meaning for me. I’ve read the verse or passage many times before, but in a specific moment in time, the Word steps into time and speaks to me – personally. Tonight was one of those moments. Reading Psalm 131: “Truly I have set my soul in silence and peace. As a child has rest in its mother’s arms, even so my soul. Oh Israel, hope in the Lord both now and for ever.”

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08

Dec'11

Waiting in Joyful Hope

I marvel at this time of year. Advent. Waiting in joyful hope. Waiting… Waiting… Waiting to be transformed. Waiting to overcome my fears. Waiting to break through the hesitation and embrace the fullness of Christ. Waiting to fulfill the dreams that lay in storage yearning to be found like a lost treasure. Waiting to love deeper. Waiting for something that has not yet … yet I know I will recognize it when it appears and makes itself known. God the Father did not wait. He anticipated the coming of His Son from the beginning. He formed into clay – human. Man and Woman in His image and likeness. He set His plan into motion from the beginning. The first parents, Adam and Eve prepared the way for the foreseen incarnation of Christ.

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08

Nov'11

Challenging our life of faith

During my years as a high school campus minister, I referred to this wonderful simple story often to challenge my student ministers (myself included). We can’t become complacent andcomfortable living the gospel life. I hope you find it as inspiring and challenging as I still do. The Story of the Lifesaving Station by: Theodore Wedel On a dangerous sea coast where shipwrecks often occur, there was once a crude little life-saving station. The building was just a hut, and there was only one boat, but the few devoted members kept a constant watch over the sea and with no thought for themselves went out day and night tirelessly searching for the lost. Some of those who were saved, and various others in the surrounding area, wanted to become associated with the station and give of their time and money and effort for the support of its work. New boats were bought and new crews trained. The little lifesaving station grew.

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Nov'11

Thank God I’m Wrong

I was inspired by a recent women’s event at Asbury United Methodist Church to think on my own spiritual journey, and if I had my own pearls of wisdom, or “pearls of faith” to pass on, what would they be? It simply comes down to one pride-swallowing admission: Thank you, Lord, for being so much smarter than I am. I am a planner. I will not say that I am a control freak (who wants to admit that?), but I do like for things to go predictably according to my expectations. No one likes the feelings of disappointment and anxiety that go along with adjustment and, dare I say it, being wrong. But, I am infinitely grateful that my mistakes and well-intentioned plans are overseen by someone who knows so much more than I do about what is right for me.

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01

Nov'11

An Investment Bankers Advice – A Fisherman’s Wisdom

(I read this post from an email on SmartMarriage.com. I’m not certain of the author. I really like what it says to me ….) The investment banker was at the pier of a small coastal Mexican village when a small boat with just one fisherman docked. Inside the small boat were several large yellow fin tuna. The investment banker complimented the fisherman on the quality of his fish and asked how long it took to catch them. The fisherman replied, only a little while. The investment banker then asked why didn’t he stay out longer and catch more fish?

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20

Sep'11

Touching Souls

This is one of my favorite quotes: We need to find God, and he cannot be found in noise and restlessness. God is the friend of silence. See how nature- trees, flowers, grass- grows in silence; see the stars, the moon and the sun, how they move in silence… We need silence to be able to touch souls. ~Mother Teresa

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