Monthly Archives: December 2011

It’s a Dark Place

In December 2006 I gave the following sermon. I’d like to share it with you: Sometimes the world is a dark place where it is easy to get lost. In this dark place there exist things with teeth that can … Continue reading

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Christmas Time

In the last post I mentioned my desire to take my family through a weekly reading of The Story of God, The Story of Us: Getting Lost and Found in the Bible. We’ve not had time to get this far, … Continue reading

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Tell the story

Anyone who knows me knows that I love stories: telling stories, listening to stories, and reading stories. (In fact, since I have been a local storyteller in our community and school systems most children who see me at a store … Continue reading

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What would you have done?

In his classic meditation on forgiveness, The Sunflower, Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal tells the story of how he was forced to hear the deathbed confession of a young SS officer while he was in a concentration camp. Wiesenthal was assigned … Continue reading

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