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Becoming One’s Self

Highway 89A outside Escalante, Utah A number of years ago I drove from Tucson, Arizona north to Escalante, Utah with my son and his dog. Actually, we were driving to Chicago, but we made a stop in Escalante to see … Continue reading

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Ministering to Ministers….

Several months ago I volunteered to host a RevGal event called “ReGroup.” This is the second time I have organized a RevGal event, the first time I’ve hosted one. The first one was many years ago, when I lived and … Continue reading

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Friday Five: End of Summer…NOOOOO!

I’m moving back to blogger. You can find today’s Friday Five  here http://seekingauthenticvoice.blogspot.com/2014/08/friday-five-end-of-summer-nooooooooooo.html

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A people have walked in darkness

A reflection on the readings for Christmas Eve: Isaiah 9:2-4, 6-7;  and Luke 2:1-20   A young woman reflects back on her life and ponders the course it has taken. She is the first born child to a young father … Continue reading

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The Risky Business of a Prophetic Mission

One of my favorite photographs of the children’s Christmas pageant last year is a picture taken while the children sang Santa Lucia. Most of the children are standing on the chancel step, all dressed in children sized choir robes. K … Continue reading

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Adventing through anxious times

The other day my daughter sent me a text message asking for help finding jokes that would be appropriate for a company Christmas party. I posted her request for help on my Facebook page and instantly I had a dozen … Continue reading

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When the Quest for Certitude Becomes the Excuse for Not Actiing…

A reflection on the readings for Proper 21C: Jeremiah 32:1-3a, 6-15; 1 Timothy 6:6-19; Luke 16:19-31 Currently I am reading Anna Quindlen’s memoire titled, “Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake.” In this book, as a woman in her fifties, Quindlen … Continue reading

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