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Taking Care

On our most recent youth trip we stayed two nights in a lake cabin owned by Jamie’s friend.  She and her husband were kind and generous to allow our group to stay there.  Even with three beds in each of the bedrooms and three couches in the living room, we were a big enough group that […]

The Kindness of Strangers

I can’t remember if Cady said “the unexpected kindness of strangers” or “the undeserved kindness of strangers,” but either fits. The night she said that we were on a youth trip and were caught on the road during the approach of a tornado; and we pulled into the yard of a man we did not know at […]

What Is This?

Is this communication? I suppose on the one hand it is, at least to a certain extent.  I write something and people respond–some in writing, others with a verbal comment.  The fact that I appreciate the comments is not lost on me.  When someone responds to a blog I have posted, it lets me know […]

One More Answer

One of Martin Luther’s most important contributions to the life of the Church is his understanding of Christian vocation.  A vocation, or “calling,” is what is given to each of us as children of God, “called” to follow Jesus Christ. Our vocations include work, personal relationships, civic involvement, our roles as citizens and members of […]

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