Monthly Archives: March 2009

All Ye Who Are Weary, Come Home!

Sarah Brooke (daughter at A&M… reminder: Katie is the oldest and don’t forget Michael!!) is coming home this Friday… Spring Break… WOOHOO!!!! A post, then, in honor of homecomings and reunions — with an excerpt from the grad video I … Continue reading

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I Heard It Through the Grapevine

So much converges to make Pierre Teilhard de Chardin’s poem, “Above All, Trust in the Slow Work of God,” relevant and meaningful to where I am (and where we are) in this season of transformation. (Not only is there our … Continue reading

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The Lord’s Prayer as a “Cross Walk”

Engaging my “Protestant Rosary” (see previous post)… and praying the Lord’s Prayer as I get to the central cross in my lanyard of beads and knots has invited me to see the Prayer itself as a walk through the crucifix… … Continue reading

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A Protestant Rosary

I wear a cross around my neck. Its fosters God-consciousness and Christ-sensitivity through my day. Over time, I’ve embedded a few knots and few beads in the lanyard—the cord upon which the cross hangs. In formal and not so formal … Continue reading

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