Monthly Archives: June 2011

Reflections

Kendi Anderson, a previous AIDS Care and Treatment Project intern, wrote a brief reflection of her return trip to Addis.  I think you will enjoy it, and have posted it below: I was able to return to Ethiopia exactly one … Continue reading

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Still Living on the Ground

May 21, 2011 came, and May 21, 2011 went.  And no earthquakes, no cataclysm,  no rapture…  Now what?  Many other friends, pastors, and Christian leaders have written and blogged about the theological and pastoral implications of Harold Camping’s end times … Continue reading

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In the presence of God, these witnesses, and all those crawfish…

I love being a pastor, especially on days like last Saturday. I had the joy of attending and helping lead a crawfish boil / wedding vow renewal ceremony on Saturday for some dear friends, James and Steph Thomas. They have … Continue reading

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Living in Grace

At the end of May, Liz, Nathan, and I were able to attend the “Living in Grace” conference at the Ridge Haven retreat center in North Carolina.  We had a wonderful time in the mountains, being refreshed in the hope … Continue reading

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