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The Moravian Church: Part 2 of 3

The Moravian Church, or Unitas Fratrum (Unity Brethren) is the official name since 1457. The reformation of John Hus continued, in the village of Kunvald (about 100 miles East of Prague) in Eastern Bohemia. By 1467 the Moravian Church had …

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The Moravian Church, Part 1 of 3

Originally, I planned to write this in two parts, and brief as this is, to do it justice I feel I need to do this in three. Part 1, background; Part 2, reformation before the Reformation and Anglicanism; part 3, …

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Saints Are Us: Series on Contemplation Part 5

In part 4 I talked about our senses, and said there were seven! Actually, there are five external senses, but I adding two internal ones. Of the internal senses, I mentioned three; empathy, imagination, and memory, but there are others.

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Pentecost – Happy Birthday, Church!

Over the years many things have been said and written about this celebration, both historically from our Hebrew Ancestry to modern expressions. I would like to share very briefly what I see it as meaning. This is the celebration of …

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Series On Contemplation part 4

There are several tools we can use to help us live in “Noisy Contemplation”. Our External Senses are the channels to contemplation, all seven of them as we live in and observe the world around us.

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Series on Contemplation – Part 3

OPENING THE EYES OF YOUR HEART

Well, you may say, “I am no monk or nun, I am not a member of the clergy, what has this to do with me”? The first thing to remember: these people are folks …

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Series on Contemplation Part 2

As this series continues I would like to make a distinction between Meditation and Contemplation. There are similarities between the two, but they are different. Understand this is my experience I am sharing with you. I am sure others would …

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The Consequences of the Resurrection of Jesus

Can you imagine what the world would be like if we Christians lived this way? It starts with each one of us. This is what Jesus asks us, His followers, to live by. Think and pray on the message on …

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A Special Tuesday in Holy Week

Every Tuesday evening several of us take turns at the “welcome table” to help folks feel at home as they come in for dinner. When they arrive, we ask them to take a ticket so they can get dinner. The …

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Love is a Freely given Gift

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