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Country Roads: A Lenten Reflection

The sounds of spring and the cacophony of noises along the country roads that surround my spacious parsonage, much like the final days of Lent, herald the promise of new beginnings. 443 more words



DON’T DO IT! Many or should I say ALL of Us make this Mistake! We all grieve The Holy Spirit! We all Hurt Him! And it Honestly Breaks My Heart when I do or see someone else doing it! 850 more words


Finnish Folklore Atlas Part 7

This time around, I wanted to dwell a little more on the idea of haltias, a wide umbrella term for many different kinds of spirits found in Finnish Folklore. 1,165 more words


Prisoners of Hope

 Sermon: Jeremiah 31:31-34

During this, the 5th Sunday of Lent, many of us may find it hard to remain in the valley of the shadow of death as we journey with Jesus to Golgotha, the place where he will die. 1,009 more words


Ms. Marvel by G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona

Kamala Khan is a Pakistani-American who has grown up in Jersey City, New Jersey. Living with her immigrant parents and devoutly religious older brother, Kamala often struggles to fit in, not just at home but among her peers as well. 229 more words


A Stand of Pine Trees?

Wofhart Pannenberg, a prominent German theologian, once described congregations, the assembly of believers who gather for worship and to participate in God’s mission for the world, as outposts for mission. 641 more words