Monthly Archives: June 2015

Fear VS Faith

This Sunday is the last Sunday for Richard and I to lead the music Worship service at the Manor.  It’s my turn to preach.  As I reflected on the readings this week, I realized that even in preaching at St. Paul’s we … Continue reading

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“You can’t take that away from me”…

It’s Wednesday night at St. Paul’s Senior Homes and I am late getting off the elevator at the 11th floor of the Manor to make my way down the hall to join in on the residents’ sing-along. As I rush … Continue reading

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Forgetting who we are-and the promises we’ve made

The joke goes, “Trinity Sunday”… Must be the Deacon’s turn to preach”. My first sermon at St. Paul’s Senior Home was set for Trinity Sunday. So, after reviewing the Lectionary sources for that day, I began to prepare for the … Continue reading

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Falling in love

I’ve found that over the last two years of writing papers in seminary and now in the placement ministry I’m in, the huge theme of love continues to rise to the surface and demand attention in whatever I am composing … Continue reading

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Love’s Old Sweet Song…

Wednesday night…and time for Sing-a-long at the Manor.  This is a group that was formed independently by the residents with a love for gathering and singing favorite songs together…independent, in that the staff at St. Paul’s had nothing to do … Continue reading

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