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Re-imagining Nativity

This reflection was first published in The Wesley Journal,Volume 67, Issue 2. The miraculous event of the incarnation, which is celebrated each year at Christmas, pierces through the darkness of the world with the radiance of its truth.  It would do followers of Jesus Christ well to imagine the nativity scene unfolding before us and watch […]

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Christ, be our light.

“The light shines in the darkness and the darkness has not overcome it.”     – John 1:5 Here in Washington, the days leading up to Christmas have been wet, gloomy, and grey. And just earlier this week, we commemorated the Winter Solstice, the longest night of the year. In the midst of this great season […]

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The Beginning is Near!

Our world is pregnant with possibility, despite being suffused with suffering. One of the hardest things for me to do is to wait.  And waiting in the midst of hardship can be so painfully cruel.  All the time, it seems that we find ourselves waiting.  Waiting for an answer.  Waiting for a better opportunity to […]

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