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Out of the Mouths of Babes

It was a Sunday of worship when those gathered were paying homage to the efforts and sacrifices of the civil rights movement. It could have been the Sunday before the MLK Jr. holiday. It could have been the fiftieth anniversary … Continue reading

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Prayer on the 50th Anniversary of Selma

audio version here Dearest God, Sweet Divine Spark, we call out now, in hope that all Creation will hear. This planet, Oh God, is reeling. The nations, Dear Lord, are suffering. The peoples, Tender Mercy, are full of pain. There … Continue reading

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Why I am NOT going to North Carolina*

*but I really wish I was For 12 brief hours, I really thought I could cough up the $400 to fly to Raleigh on Friday and return on Saturday.  I so wanted to put my name on the list of … Continue reading

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