Epiphanies in Prayer VII – Reflection

With the annual meeting coming up on Sunday, combined with Monday being family day, I’m a bit late getting to my weekly message. I hope you’ll forgive the lateness, but I can provide a few extra goodies. First, however, is that I’d like to express my thanks to Clint Mooney...

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Epiphanies in Prayer IV – Lament

This is the reflection on prayer that I didn’t want to write, and yet on this Monday morning, following the awful events over the weekend, including last night, I don’t think I have much choice. The attack on a mosque in Quebec City last night was an abhorrent attack on...

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Epiphanies in Prayer – III – An Openness to Learn

“The people in darkness have seen a great light…” –Isaiah 9:2a So far so good. I think. Monday morning can be a time of reflection on the worship service past while looking forward to the coming Sunday. I have been receiving, at least so far, a positive response to focusing...

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Epiphanies in Prayer

I hope everyone is staying warm. My daughter’s bus was late this morning, so I had to drive her to school, and combined with the slower-than-normal traffic today I’m now at the office a bit later than expected. Still, so far so good in getting a start to the week,...

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Advent Expectations IV – Love

I love how yesterday’s choir service turned out. I had a number of people complementing me on the service, to which I was responded that credit belongs with David Ferguson, the choir, the Amici Strings and our guest soloists. My role was to frame the presentation of Vivaldi’s Gloria in...

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