Monthly Archives: August 2014

Go and Learn This: Mercy

Today something happened that¬†brought these words of Jesus to mind: “But go and learn what this means: ‘I desire mercy, not sacrifice’” (Matthew 9:13). ¬†When I got home, I then thought about this verse in connection with the first one … Continue reading

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My Life Matters If And Only If . . .

Fill in the blank. My life matters if and only if: I have a prestigious position in my field I’m considered beautiful the “cool kids” are my friends my body is chiseled/I am slim and sleek/am a certain weight I … Continue reading

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When Jesus is Inconvenient

The Trouble With Epiphanies – by Ben L’Heureux About hospitality Dennis Okholm says*, “what I find most irritating about practicing Benedictine hospitality when it comes to receiving the guest is the timing of the guest’s appearance. In the spirit of … Continue reading

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