Monthly Archives: March 2012

no till, no harvest

Warning: Working in a church the week before Holy Week is invariably heavy and inevitably affects a pastor’s pondering. In addition to the workload in preparation for the holy days, the emotional tones of the stories that lead up to … Continue reading

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I am not Trayvon – and I am listening

I am not Trayvon Martin. I grieve for his senseless murder. I pray for his mother and father. I pledge to be a voice demanding not only justice for Trayvon but safety for all of our young men. But I … Continue reading

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unpondering with a head cold…

It’s Thursday evening, time to consider pondering, and my head feels as though it has been invaded by aliens with water guns. Although I am certain I will live to tell the tale, I’m at the place of head cold … Continue reading

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Kony v. Turner… beyond far sighted instincts

Like many of you, I was doing catch up yesterday figuring out “Kony 2012”. The media blitz was amazingly effect in bringing attention to a particularly despicable warlord in Uganda. But as I read, I discovered that, though every article … Continue reading

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wedding bells… with and without the church

Al Fischer is a music teacher in a Catholic school and the music director at the church where he and his family are members. Actually, Al used to be a music teacher in a Catholic school and used to direct … Continue reading

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