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Forever But Not For Keeps

“The stories of Hannah and of Mary, reminds me that our children are not ours—they are lent to us for a season. They are our children forever, but not for keeps.”

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On this long, dark, winter night as we wait for the light of the world to be born consider that the light might be in you and that you might be what the world most needs.

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2FAB Advent Special #4

“My soul magnifies the Lord, and my spirit rejoices in God my Savior.” Luci and Jordan on the Magnificat for the fourth Sunday of Advent

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Birthing Justice

Instead of seeking justice in the world around her, Mary proclaims this beautiful song of God’s justice within her.

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Speaking to the Soul: Magnificat

How are we going to incubate that spark of Christ that’s in all of us and help the world turn upside down? Maybe we can start by magnifying the Lord and rejoicing in God our savior. Then by getting to work.

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Speaking to the Soul: Shipwrecked

The Mary and Martha story is the Gospel reading for the Feast Day of Nicholas Ferrar, a deacon who founded a religious community in England that devoted itself to continuous prayer, to teaching, to the health and well being of its neighbors and to intentional poverty

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