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“Holy Distance” is not for Me

An unliked parishioner is not the same as a person without peace. However, I can stretch myself enough to see that a Pastor might feel unwelcome and that some parishioners lack in their offer of peace. Even with an empathetic understanding of the lack of peace, I cannot reconcile myself that “holy distance” is the proper course in the mission of Christ. Continue reading

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Anger and a Spider Web

I was trying to find a way to clear the anger out of my body, a cleansing so to speak. The image of a spider and a spider’s web formed. Continue reading

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My Vision Statement for my Mission in Ministry

I drew my vision statement because I was unable to interpret my thoughts into sentences. The symbols I drew in each have a special meaning in my life of ministry. Continue reading

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Calm on the Sea of Galilee

          I am overwhelmed by responsibility and overburdened by my own hand. But, on the Sea of Galilee at sunset, there is a calm feeling that wraps me in the love of God. It is quiet and peaceful much like … Continue reading

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