Monthly Archives: June 2010

friday mountains… one step at a time

The power of suggestion is fierce and the suggestion is writer’s block. Honestly, as a pastor-mom, the possibilities for pondering seem endless so it is rarely a matter of finding a topic but more often a struggle between choices of … Continue reading

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bumper sticker watch… looking for purple

Charged political times yield interesting bumper stickers, and we have been living in stormy waters. Perhaps the most audacious stickers are those that match faith with politics. Almost always these stickers inflame passions in one extreme or another. A friend … Continue reading

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40 million gallons and counting… saying ‘no’ to big oil and hamburgers

By the time you are reading this, an estimated 40 million gallons of crude oil have poured into the Gulf of Mexico. [PBS counter] This is quadruple the total spill of the Exxon Valdez. This is an amount that is … Continue reading

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Remembering Ted… with a laugh and a tear

Ted Hattori died this week. If you ever had the chance to know Ted, you know this has been a very sad week in our church office. For those who did not have the honor, I share this week’s ponderings. … Continue reading

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remembering Ted… with a laugh and a tear

Ted Hattori died this week. If you ever had the chance to know Ted, you know this has been a very sad week in our church office. For those who did not have the honor, I share this week’s ponderings. … Continue reading

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