Monthly Archives: November 2016

Zombie Apocalypse Part 2

Transitions are always difficult. We’ve seen some evidence of that in the events of the past week surrounding the election; but we also see it in the apocalyptic language of this Luke 21:5-19, the Gospel reading for this coming Sunday … Continue reading

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The Zombie Apocalypse has not yet come

While on travel to Williamsport the day before the general election, my eye caught sight of one rather distinct yard. Amidst the collection of election posters in yards all up and down the street, there was this one yard. What … Continue reading

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Election Day and Beatitudes with a Twist

  If you have turned on the TV for even 5 minutes this past week, it would be almost impossible to overlook that Tuesday is election day. Regardless of which is your favored candidate, and regardless of which is elected … Continue reading

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