Do you own a Guatemalan stole? Perhaps this story will make it even more holy. The Rev. Scott McLeod reflects on the twelfth Station of the Cross: Jesus dies on the cross. He tells a story of a brave priest who ministered—and was ultimately murdered—among the people of Guatemala.
Day: March 26, 2013
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Dr. Richard Besser at ABC News blog speculates about the positive correlation that seems to exist between religious practice and physical health. While he writes that he is “not a religious person and (has) yet to see a any convincing studies that compare the belief systems of various religions and their impact on health” he …
Alienated and resented, Jeremiah has borne the weight of resentment. That’s what happens to whistleblowers and to those who reveal unpopular and uncomfortable truths. Dry and brittle, Jeremiah speaks to God of his discontent, accusing God with these honest words, “Truly, you are to me like a deceitful brook, like waters that fail.”