Monthly Archives: July 2015

  • God the Good & Crazy Farmer–Naming the Grief & Hope of Charleston

    Posted on July 9, 2015 by in Uncategorized

    A Service of Healing & Light for the Freedom School Partners Community June 25th, Covenant Chapel, Mark 4:1-20 I have a colleague named Albert Moses who is the pastor of Matthews Murkland Presbyterian church.  He is someone I admire greatly from afar.  He sent out a request asking those who gathered in faith communities on […]

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  • The Second Insomnia Revelation: I Am the Redeemed

    Posted on July 8, 2015 by in Uncategorized

    So, when the Lord wakes you up out of the sleep of exhaustion with the highly disturbing revelation that your life has begun to resemble nothing so much as an over-ripe watermelon about to explode its fermented guts over everyone and everything you care about—what do you do next? I can’t tell you what a […]

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  • The First Insomnia Revelation: I Am the Watermelon

    Posted on July 7, 2015 by in Uncategorized

    I have complicated feelings about watermelons.  I love them—the smell, the hydration, the colors, the price to volume ratio (fresh fruit is expensive!) and, of course, the taste. And also, I fear them.  I fear them because three summers ago a watermelon sitting on my kitchen counter spontaneously combusted. Go ahead and google ‘spontaneously exploding […]

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