Tag Archives: Advent

Angels in El Tamarindo

Today is Angel Gabriel’s birthday. Yesterday, our words shrouded by the uncertainty of whether his home would be destroyed today once again, he told me that his birthday always brings sorrow. Gabriel is a member of ASOTRACAMPO, the association of … Continue reading

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Gifts that go the second mile

Did you know that gifts for PC(USA) mission co-worker sending and support made by December 31 will be matched with an equal gift to the general mission sending fund? This is true for gifts from churches, presbyteries, groups, and individuals. … Continue reading

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Preparing for the not-quite-expected

This season, I’ve been musing on what it means to prepare for the not-quite-expected. Not quite, but almost. More specifically, the always possible and almost expected invitation to preach, delivered about 2 minutes before worship begins. This has been a … Continue reading

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Advent wondering

I’ve been enjoying two different online devotions this Advent season, one lifting up non-traditional music and reflections on the darker realities we face as we wait in hope, and one in a more traditional format. On the first day of … Continue reading

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