Category Archives: BLM

Dear Pastor II

Another is the series of fictitious emails between me and an imaginary parishioner.   Dear Pastor, I have to say your last email challenged me a little. I never thought of Jesus as having a different love for different people. To … Continue reading

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Dear Pastor

This is a series of fictitious emails between an imaginary parishioner and myself. This is the first in the series.    Dear Pastor, This is a hard email to write, because I respect you, and I think your ministry here … Continue reading

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Before we get into today’s post, I want you to watch this video:   This space intentionally blank. This space intentionally blank. This space intentionally blank. This space intentionally blank. This space intentionally blank. This space intentionally blank. This space … Continue reading

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Eight Minutes and Forty-Six Seconds

Eight minutes and forty-six seconds is a long time. In grand scheme of things, it is not that long. But eight minutes and forty-six seconds is a long time if you are kneeling silently in prayer in the hot sun. … Continue reading

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BLM

When I first saw the signs, I was a little puzzled. BLM. Why were people carrying Bureau of Land Management signs at a protest rally? Then I had the “doh” moment. Being from Alaska, I saw the initials BLM a … Continue reading

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