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Denial Isn’t Only a River in Egypt (sermon)

Let us choose to be like the lover of Skeleton Woman, perhaps afraid at first, but willing, in time, to embrace mortality, that life might be sweeter, fuller, fleshlier. Continue reading

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Circumambulating in the Autumn: Our Spiritual Practices

Unless an elder or physically disabled, one must park below and walk up a gravel-laced steep road that is currently scattered with yellow, orange, and brown crunchy leaves.  Along either side of the road is the forest and at the … Continue reading

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