4th Sunday after Pentecost

We are now in the green growing season, sometimes called ordinary time and sometimes called the season after Pentecost.   Unlike the other seasons, this one doesn’t focus on a particular mystery of God. Instead, I feel, it focuses on us. We’ve spent about six months thinking about Jesus and now we spend some time... Continue Reading →

Trinity Sunday

For centuries Christians have known that God is hard to understand.   For millennia our Jewish brothers and sisters have known the same.   Words and reason fall short of describing God.   There is so much to comprehend!   There is so much we don’t know.   There is so much we don’t knowwe... Continue Reading →


Genesis 11:1-9 Psalm 104:25-35, 37 Acts 2:1-21 John 14:8-17, (25-27) God is tired of waiting   Today is an odd day. It is a very important day in the life of the Church but one we don’t think about much. It comes fifty days after Easter. This year it’s in between Memorial Day and the... Continue Reading →

Easter 7

There is a word that gets thrown around a lot in John’s gospel. And even though it’s not used today, it’s what Jesus is talking about.   Abide.   Most of us have some sense of the word.   It’s something like rest, visit, or stay.   It sounds like something we at the lakes... Continue Reading →

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