Monthly Archives: May 2013

Christ is saying to each of us…

“Christ is saying to each one of us: if you want your life and your mission to be fruitful like mine, do as I have: be converted into grain that is buried. Let yourself be killed; don’t be afraid. The … Continue reading

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Memorial Day

For the better part of two years I have been listening to the statistics about suicide among veterans. For a country that can spend trillions of dollars on instruments of death and destruction how can we not find the money … Continue reading

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Nonviolence or Nonexistence

“…It is no longer a choice between violence and nonviolence; it’s nonviolence or nonexistence.” The Rev Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Sermon on The Great Banquet

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GEMN’s Conference Day 3

GEMN Day 3 Day three of the GEMN conference was one of those days that anyone who has done mission service, or anyone who has lived in a developing country for any period of time, knows to expect. Our stated … Continue reading

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GEMN’s Conference Day 2

GEMN Day 2 Over the past two days in Bogota participants in the GEMN’s conference have made visits to various ministries in and around Bogota. Rather than give a long narrative of where we went and what we did I … Continue reading

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Global Episcopal Mission Network Conference, Bogota, Colombia

GEMN’s Conference Bogota Day 1 This year the Global Episcopal Mission Network Conference is being held in Bogota, Colombia. I along with The Rev Jeff Gill from Trinity Church Seattle, and Ken Hawkins of the Mission to Seafarers are representing … Continue reading

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