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Use it or lose it

the Rev. David Sellery serves as an Episcopal priest that seeks to proclaim the good news of God in Christ in worship, pastoral care, education,

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Poverty to riches

the Rev. David Sellery serves as an Episcopal priest that seeks to proclaim the good news of God in Christ in worship, pastoral care, education,

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Lost and found

the Rev. David Sellery serves as an Episcopal priest that seeks to proclaim the good news of God in Christ in worship, pastoral care, education,

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Keep it holy

Reflection for Tuesday, August 20: “Keep it Holy” (Reflection on Proper 16, Luke 13: 10-17) In this week’s gospel, once again the love of Christ

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A game of inches

Reflection on the Rev. David Sellery serves as an Episcopal priest that seeks to proclaim the good news of God in Christ in worship, pastoral

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In the weeds

In our gospel lesson for Sunday, Jesus reflects on the parable of the weeds: the paradox of sin flourishing side by side and sometimes indistinguishable from virtue.

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Busy work

Reflection for Tuesday, July 23: the Rev. David Sellery serves as an Episcopal priest that seeks to proclaim the good news of God in Christ

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Teach us to pray

the Rev. David Sellery serves as an Episcopal priest that seeks to proclaim the good news of God in Christ in worship, pastoral care, education,

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