Day: June 19, 2011
“We dug up the prayer labyrinth to make this garden.”
“We have not arrived at this decision lightly. We hold out hope that the conversations that have developed during these years of heightened conflict will continue as we seek God’s will for us as a Communion.”
“…paternal imagery was used to balance and soften the potentially negative dimensions of dominant kingly imagery in the time of Jesus.”
The Church Time reports on a study which shows that the three most recent Archbishops of Canterbury have been “consistently controversial political figures.”
“Until my dad dies, he says, he wants to see how much he can learn. So far the jury is still out on Parkinson’s and genetics. He says he is worried I or one of my two brothers might get it….”
Tomorrow, the Rev. Lowell Grisham, rector of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Fayetteville, Ark., takes over as the primary blogger here at Speaking to the Soul. On most days, he will write a reflection on the lectionary readings for the day. After not too long, Lowell’s work will be augmented by that of one or two other bloggers. We will keep you posted.