Monthly Archives: January 2013

Exposure to the Sun/Son

It is Sunday afternoon and not too long after the family and I pulled into our parking space having returned from chapel.  It is cold here (Ft Drum, NY) and according to the weather report it was well below freezing … Continue reading

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A Cowboy’s Religion

  Most important to a cowboy’s religion was that he “got” it, and “had” it. Probably few, if any, versions of a cowpoke’s religion ever got into any books of theology. But one old Plains cowboy’s description of what religion … Continue reading

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Why Do We Settle for What We Want?

It is the 20th of January and (for those who acknowledge the Church Calendar) the 2nd Sunday after Epiphany.  Today the Gospel reading was the telling of the story of the wedding in Cana of Galilee.  A young couple gets … Continue reading

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What is Different About Ministry in the Military

“Father, will you pray for me?” she asked.  “Of course, what is troubling you?” I replied.  “I need to improve my rifle marksmanship,” is her answer.

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