Monthly Archives: April 2013

Waiting To Be Healed — a Lection Reflection on John 5

(A Lection Reflection on John 5: 1-9) There are events in the Bible that are so overlaid with symbolism and meaning that trying to unpack them feels like opening one of those Russian nesting doll sets: you take out the … Continue reading

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My Sheep Hear My Voice — Say What?

(A Lection Reflection on John 10:27) If you look up today’s text on Google, you get 1.9 million hits. If you put the text in quotes (“my sheep hear my voice”) you still get 1.5 million hits. That’s 1,500,000 web … Continue reading

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The Cure for Writing Constipation

I am in the second day of a two-day writing vacation. I take these once in a while to get away, see some countryside, and prime the pumps. On this WriteAway (cute), I’m at a state park that is almost … Continue reading

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