Category Archives: sermon stuff

A story for Ascension

I heard the story from someone who’d read it in the works of Abba Sayah …He admits that it’s a pretty shaky story when it comes to reality but there is no doubt whatsoever that it’s true. As the gospels … Continue reading

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Parrot stewardship

Suzi Orman is a financial guru. She regularly tells people how to have more money. One of the things that fascinates me about Suzi Orman is that she tells people, “You must give away a significant amount of your money … Continue reading

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All Saints

When the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, DC was designed, there was a controversy over which design should be selected. A wonderful young Asian-American artist submitted an unusual design — a partially buried, long wall of polished black granite. Most who … Continue reading

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software solutions update

Things learned on a Saturday night: The mouse wheel noise is “room room room room.” The headphone cord picks up movement and creates spontaneous editorial comments. The on and off positions for the microphone icon are not appropriate for someone … Continue reading

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planting seeds

The more I read and hear about Josh Hamilton the more impressed I am with Johnny Narron, Clay Council, and Josh’s family, especially his grandmother. While there’s not as much information about Clay Council and his relationship with Josh, I’m … Continue reading

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a Pam Tinnin story

When this story was originally shared through a public email list for preachers Rev. Pamela J. Tinnin was pastor of Partridge Community Church-UCC, the only church in Partridge, KS, USA (population 250). “Last week I spent some time in the … Continue reading

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RevGalBlogPals Friday Five

An Old Versus Modern (Postmodern?) Friday Five as posted by Singing Owl Yesterday I had two separate conversations in which people were musing about how much change is occurring. The WW II generation, of which my mom is a part, … Continue reading

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