Tag Archives: liberation

Crossing Social Margins

Although this blog has been the central place for me to write (especially during Lent) for the past several years, I know that this year I have focused my efforts on getting another blog project, Faith from the Margins to … Continue reading

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Five Golden Words…

A homily for the First Sunday after Christmas, Year B Grace and Holy Trinity Episcopal Church December 31, 2017 At around 11 a.m. on December 25th, I glanced at my phone and saw a few friends posting their Christmas morning … Continue reading

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The Face I See

A Sermon for the Last Sunday after Pentecost, Year A  (Christ the King) Lectionary Readings Sometimes the Reign of Christ looks like a short, hunched-over women with wildly cut hair, sipping sweet tea with lemon, savoring the last bite of … Continue reading

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Hosanna

A homily prepared for Red Door Healing Service, Grace and Holy Trinity Episcopal Church Friday, April 7 2017 Gospel Text: Palm Sunday/Liturgy of the Palms, Year A Matthew 21:1-11 When Jesus and his disciples had come near Jerusalem and had … Continue reading

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What Sticks

Like many University faculty members around the US, the last days of July bring with them a palpable realization that summer is drawing to a close. Those elusive three months of summer…you know, the ones the rest of the world … Continue reading

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