Seeds

“Nothing is more practical than finding God."

This morning’s gospel reading contains John’s account of the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem, the same story we heard yesterday on Palm Sunday. As Jesus entered Jerusalem, the people shouted, “Hosanna! Blessed is the one who comes in the name of the Lord! Blessed is the King of Israel!” It’s interesting how devoted and …

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It was one of those “interesting” nights. I was invited to a dinner yesterday evening with all of the national staff, regional Synod executives, and pastors from a few other churches in the Synod of Albany. Each pastor was invited to share something about their congregation and also communicate which steps forward we believed the …

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I have nothing particularly profound to say today, and yet it is the most profound thing that I could possibly say. Let’s keep it about Jesus, shall we? The words in today’s gospel reading are meant to disturb us, I think; to disturb us into remembering why we are Christians and who is our life: …

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Okay, it’s been awhile. There have been other priorities, including the creation of a new BRC website. We hope to officially announce the launch in a few days. So I think I’m back. For anyone who is new to this blog, sometimes I share thoughts based upon the “lectionary” readings for the day. The daily …

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