Poem for a New Year

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A Prayer for LifeSpringers New Years, 2020 All. Courageous and hopeful Never showing defeat when Numbers are down on Sunday Or financial challenges come. Guests warmly welcomed Not en masse. …

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Individualism & Church

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Kathleen Norris is a Christian writer who devotes her life to writing about the Benedictine disciplines she follows.  She is not actually a Catholic, but she admires the life she …

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Fun Words….

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Exegesis and hermeneutics are fun words. If you’ve ever preached a sermon, these two words become your close friends. In a nutshell, exegesis attempts to answer questions such as “What …

Redemption in Connecticut

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The Connecticut prison officials along with the Governor visited Germany to examine Germany’s prison system along with its recidivism rate that is about half of that of the United States. …

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Following Jesus

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“Attractional” outreach seems like a really odd concept to me given all that Jesus said about being a follower of his. The term, “attractional” seems to imply that people have …

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Make it a blue holiday

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Forget red and green: Make it a blue holiday insteadBy Diana Butler Bass November 25, 2016 Advent calendars, the kind with little windows and chocolates inside, showed up in the …