Archive for July, 2019

July 31 Edevotional

Long summer days. There is nothing better. I was able to take a trip with my beloved around Lake Michigan. Spending days at and around and crossing over the lake, re-confirmed that Lake Michigan is a part of my soul. it is a large pice of my spiritual geography. Many writers explore this notion of […]

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July 24 Edevotional

The midwives, Shiphrah and Puah, Moses’ mother, and Moses’ sister Miriam, practice an amazing, creative, and powerful unraveling of the systemic evil and oppression within the institutional system they find themselves. From their experiences we can learn a lot about where we find ourselves.   When Joseph reconciles with his brothers and moves his family—his […]

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July 17 Edevotional

Could it be that the Holy Spirit is moving in and through the institution of the United Methodist Church and the institution of Northbrook United Methodist Church, to bring about something new? This is my hope. This is the hope that is budding in my heart since February’s blow from the Special General Conference decision […]

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July 10 Edevotional

E-Devotion, July 10, 2019   Could it be that the Holy Spirit is moving in and through the institution of the United Methodist Church and the institution of Northbrook United Methodist Church, to bring about something new? This is my hope. This is the hope that is budding in my heart since February’s blow from […]

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July 3 Edevotional

I’m contemplating the prophet Jeremiah and some of the other prophets in the Hebrew Scriptures, Isaiah, Micah, Jonah, and Amos. I think that there must have been female prophets as well, their stories hidden and untold. When life comes unraveled, when a way of thinking or believing is unraveled, when a way of life, an […]

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