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“Where did Jesus go?”

I like that thought too: that even though I can’t really see Jesus or touch him or talk to him, I know he’s still here. I feel his love in worship. I experience his goodness through loving my neighbors. I taste and touch his grace in bread and wine.

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A better way to say “sorry.”

Ever hear a politician or public figure give a “non-apology apology?” They usually start out with “If any was offended….” Ever have the experience of attempting to reconcile with a person who’s hurt you only to walk away as if it was really your fault? Maybe the way we’ve been taught to say “sorry” misses the mark.

JoEllen, a blogger, educator, and mom, says the way we teach children to apologize often leave both the offended and offender feeling as if […]

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Tweeting grief

I know end might be near as this is only day of my adulthood I’ve seen my mother and she hasn’t asked, “Why that shirt?” ~Scott Simon

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