Tag Archives: Fear

On the Path to Easter

(First Published, March 2016) As Jesus travels through Holy Week, he is surrounded by a sea of human need. He sees heartache and sorrow, the mingled tears of humanity. He confronts evil, challenges systems, restores hope. Compassionate eyes search for … Continue reading

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Will We Live Out Our Heritage as People of Faith or Will We Succumb to fear?

First Published November 17, 2015 In a scene reminiscent of World War II, when nations around the world refused refuge to Jewish people fleeing the death camps of Hitler, today we are preparing to abandon another group of refugees. Fear … Continue reading

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Syrian Refugees – Adrift and in Desperate Need

Every Thursday morning we held a Bible Study in the church kitchen of a small rural church I served between 1988 and 1994. Stories were told and memories of earlier days shared. What surprised me most about the history of … Continue reading

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