Monthly Archives: July 2009

Pondering Peace Trail… remembering bible school

My first memory of church was going to Vacation Bible School with Mrs. Redfield. She was our neighbor and the mother of Eric, my brothers’ friend. Mrs. Redfield was teaching the kindergarten class for her church’s VBS and she invited … Continue reading

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singing the wordless song

When the words are gone, what is the tune that remains? Continue reading

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in search of connection

Bane and blessing are the farthest reaches of any virtue. Nothing exemplifies these polarities as clearly as the information superhighway. Although far too old to be the internet generation, my primary means of communication has become keyboard and flashing screen. … Continue reading

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remembering farrah

There are no pink ribbons for anal cancer. Continue reading

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shared space blues

Rumor has it that people stalk into the church yard in the cover of night on July 3rd to stake out the best seats for the venerable Webster 4th of July parade. One of the benefits of membership in our … Continue reading

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