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The Pecking Order

Over and over the challenge of Christianity is to turn away from the pecking order instinct and the rule of the jungle and replace them with rules that are golden. Love of God and love of neighbor are the new paradigm that Jesus preaches and Jesus lives.

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As good as it gets

The Reverend David Sellery, Author, Resource Creator and Retreat Leader. Committed to a vocation that focuses on encountering God in the midst of everyday life,

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Raising the bar

The Reverend David Sellery, Author, Resource Creator and Retreat Leader. Committed to a vocation that focuses on encountering God in the midst of everyday life,

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The Bucket List

The Reverend David Sellery, Author, Resource Creator and Retreat Leader. Committed to a vocation that focuses on encountering God in the midst of everyday life,

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Christianity for Dummies

The Reverend David Sellery, Author, Resource Creator and Retreat Leader. Committed to a vocation that focuses on encountering God in the midst of everyday life,

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The people who walk in darkness

The concept of demonic possession and exorcism has always been difficult for me to relate to. The struggle with garden-variety inner demons is very much closer to home. Start with the demon of addiction – the one we invite in to ease the pain, to pass the time, to fill a void.

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No room for demons

The Reverend David Sellery, Author, Resource Creator and Retreat Leader. Committed to a vocation that focuses on encountering God in the midst of everyday life,

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The Miracle of Christmas

Reflection on The Reverend David Sellery, Author, Resource Creator and Retreat Leader. Committed to a vocation that focuses on encountering God in the midst of

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Delight

Delight yourself also in the Lord, and he shall give you the desire of your heart. (Psalm 37:4) What strange and troubling times we live

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