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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.

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Fallow

The Speaking to the Soul blog is on hiatus this week to celebrate Vicki Black’s four years of service to the Cafe. Vicki posted the last of her 1,557 entries on the Soul blog on Pentecost Sunday, and we invite you to read it and leave her a note in the comments, either there, or here.

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