Month: February 2015

February 27th- #Witness #lent2015

During the season of Lent, I will be sharing a short post each day as part of the Lent-Photo-a-Day Journey, providing a sort of brief reflection and witness through the journey to and through the cross, to the tomb, and out into the world. The word designated for February 27th is “witness.” Yesterday (Feb. 27th), Allison

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February 26th- #Death #lent2015

During the season of Lent, I will be sharing a short post each day as part of the Lent-Photo-a-Day Journey, providing a sort of brief reflection and witness through the journey to and through the cross, to the tomb, and out into the world. The word designated for February 26th is “death.” In thinking about death,

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Shares and Compensation- A reflection on Fairness & Abundance

This morning I had the opportunity to provide the message or reflection at Woodlake Lutheran Church’s Wednesday morning Matins (Morning Prayer) service. The message was grounded particularly in Matthew 20:1-16, as well as connected briefly to Jonah 4:9-11. What follows is the majority of that message.  These passages in Jonah and in the Gospel of

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This Week’s Links

Tuesday on the blog means that I get to share some of what I have found interesting and thought provoking over the past week with all of you. To help organize these links I have grouped them under the following topic categories: Church and Ministry Thought & Practice; Cross-Sector Collaboration; Leadership Thought & Practice; Millennials;

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February 22nd- #Forgiveness #lent2015

During the season of Lent, I will be sharing a short post each day as part of the Lent-Photo-a-Day Journey, providing a sort of brief reflection and witness through the journey to and through the cross, to the tomb, and out into the world. The word designated for February 22nd is “Forgiveness.” In worship this morning,

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February 21st- #Seed #lent2015

During the season of Lent, I will be sharing a short post each day as part of the Lent-Photo-a-Day Journey, providing a sort of brief reflection and witness through the journey to and through the cross, to the tomb, and out into the world. The word designated for February 21st is “Seed.” I probably could

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