Easter Continues!

Easter Continues!

This beautiful poem below gave me deep encouragement to bear resurrection witness to the “unkillableness of love”. - Pastor Annette Forget about the afterlife. Resurrection is not for dead people. It's for those of us most alive. It's the way we live when we've gotten...

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Seeking Kindness

Seeking Kindness

Some of you have probably heard that the “new and right spirit” that I am seeking this Lent is the spirit of kindness, particularly in those situations and with those persons when I find it most challenging. Kindness seems to be where everything good in relationships...

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Seeking Refuge

Seeking Refuge

Be merciful to me, O God, for in you my soul takes refuge; in the shadow of your wings I will take refuge, till the storms of destruction pass by.                                 -Psalm 57:1 (ESV) A member of my women’s circle shared this text with us last time we...

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Listening With Our Eyes Closed

What I say to you in the dark, tell in the light; what you hear whispered, proclaim from the housetops. –Matthew 10:27 A couple of months ago I shared with you that I was reading a book called Learning to Walk in the Dark, a reflection on the author’s experience of...

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Caring for Ourselves in a Time of Covid

Caring for Ourselves in a Time of Covid

It has now been six months that we here in Washington have been dealing with this pandemic. And if you are like me, you are feeling ‘done with it.” Yet, we know all too well, we are not done with it. I want to remind us that even if we have escaped being physically...

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Lutherans and Care for Creation: Rooted in Faith

Lutherans and Care for Creation: Rooted in Faith

A RESOURCE FROM LUTHERANS RESTORING CREATION   Our active work on behalf of the planet, both as individuals and as a church,  is deeply rooted in long-standing tenents of our Lutheran faith: Theology: We affirm God as creator of all. We have an incarnation theology...

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