Tag Archives: 2 Kings

God or Empire? You Choose

There are for-profit concentration camps in the United States right now. Adults and children are kept separately without adequate food and water, and without hygiene products including feminine hygiene supplies and diapers. People are making money from treating refugees, immigrants, … Continue reading

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What Kind of Christian are You?

“I am not that kind of a Christian!” She insisted. Others soon joined in. A whole group of people identified themselves as Christian, but not that kind. They go on to declare a whole list of things they don’t do … Continue reading

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Between Ordinary and Extraordinary

I’ve lived a whole lot of my life in between one thing and another. Even generationally, I am definitely not a Baby Boomer, but I’m on the early side of Gen Xers. In high school I walked between cliques with … Continue reading

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A Hand on the Plough

From January of 2000 through May of 2002 I served a small church as an interim. They were reluctant, to say the very least, to have a pastor that was not male and not straight. It was a strange set … Continue reading

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Consider Healing

RCL for 2/12/12: 2 Kings 5:1-14 Psalm 30 1 Corinthians 9:24-27 Mark 1:40-45 But Naaman became angry and went away, saying, “I thought that for me he would surely come out, and stand and call on the name of the … Continue reading

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