Happy Pentecost, or should I say, the day after the Royal Wedding. Yesterday was the Royal Wedding, but you already knew that. Americans seem to have a particular kind of adoration for the Royal Family that honestly puzzles me a bit. And I don’t mean for that to sound judgmental, I was actually the one […]
Happy Mother’s Day to all of you. I personally can’t speak experientially about motherhood (I’m somewhat limited in that category), but watching Maddy take care of Auden, our baby boy, for the past five months has been eye-opening as to the job requirements and I think that it’s nothing short of a miracle that any […]
Click here to read the Cigna survey on loneliness that DZ references. Click here for the various friendship studies and commentary.
With warmer weather creeping in and bitter frosts hopefully a thing of the past, It’s gardening season for many folks, so today’s Gospel reading may be using a metaphor that’s, please forgive the pun, ripe for our consideration. I actually find it really interesting that many of our metaphors and analogies come from the world […]
I got an email this past week from my Atlanta friends announcing our high school reunion next summer. There was also a digital photo album of the last reunion, which I was unable to go to four years ago. Luckily everyone had on a nametag, because without that I would not have recognized most of […]
For those of you who are concerned, let me clarify the situation. Yes, Paul Walker is on a four month sabbatical; no, I am not staging a coup. Other than a few special guests in the pulpit this spring and summer, things will go on as usual. This is a very exciting time for the […]
Welcome to Easter Day at Christ Church! Whether you are here every week or just once a year, Easter is THE day to come to church. The news we have to tell just doesn’t get any better than this. Which is why the church is adorned with lilies and the choir is dressed up with […]
“When Jesus had received the wine, he said, “It is finished.” Then he bowed his head and gave up his spirit.” Jesus died. He took his last breath, and sighed, “it is finished”. If Easter is at the center of the Christian message, then Good Friday is its crucible. These last days of Jesus’ life, […]
How often do you think about your phone? What is the space of time between when a question is posed and you have to Google it. I decided to audit my phone habits when my granddaughter told me to look at her and not my phone. Simple will power is not working for me but […]
For the episode of Invisibilia mentioned in the sermon, “I, I, I. Him,” click here. To watch Ruth Graham’s story at her father’s memorial service, go here.
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