Monthly Archives: April 2012

Labyrinth pictures

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Labyrinth Walking (Guest post by Jeanne Tessier)

Labyrinth Walking          Jeanne Tessier   Unlike life, this journey begins with intention.  I came here by choice and stand at the rim of this circle of brick whose pattern is formed in two tones. I have walked such forms before. … Continue reading

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More Thoughts on Resurrection

When I was working on my Easter sermon, I ran across the story that Leo Tolstoy wrote about his rather sudden experience of coming to believe in Christ.  His story ends with these wonderful words:  “Suddenly I heard the words … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Resurrection

For many of us, Easter raises anew the question, “What do we believe about the resurrection?”  That befuddling word “believe” again!  We’ve used that word so often in creedal or doctrinal statements that it’s easy to think of it as … Continue reading

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Good Friday thoughts

Every year on Good Friday, I take some time to look at the figure of Jesus on the cross–suffering in a way most of us can’t even imagine.  And the thought comes to me, “What in the world did you … Continue reading

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