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From the Daily Sip: purple mountain majesties

the Colorado mountains feel like an icon of sorts. They feel like a statue of God – always there, cross-legged- always massive, always quiet, always watching and always pouring down with fresh, clean, blue water to nourish the wilderness

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Speaking to the Soul: Creative Love

Jesus reminds us that being apart from creation does not absolve him (and by extension us) from a responsibility to it. He demonstrates that responsibility by following through with taking up the cross, dying, and rising again

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Speaking to the Soul: Friends

It feels like life is just too busy for me to just sit quietly and enter into a companionable silence with God. I think of gotten out of the habit. Perhaps that’s what the hymn is trying to remind me …

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How long O Lord

by Maria L. Evans

In the wee hours of May 3, at a time of year we’re enjoying the luscious green of the grass, the budding of the wild plums and the redbud trees…it SNOWED.

The latest I have ever remembered it snowing in Northeast Missouri was April, most significantly the Great Easter Blizzard of 1973. Never in May. Allegedly the last time it snowed in Kirksville in May was either 1903 or 1904, I can’t remember which. But […]

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A love so generous

God’s love for us is not tied to fees or dues or down payments, or installment payments, nor does it come with threat of abandonment or repossession. But here’s the twist–it’s not even as much as our individual selves, as it is ourselves in community. We are alive in Christ together, which means we need each other.

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Prayers for passers-by

UPDATED: Pictures from #Prayers2Pass at The Daily Chronicle

Building on the Ashes to Go model, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in DeKalb, IL goes out of its building to offer prayers. David Thomas of the Daily

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