Monthly Archives: July 2010

The Sign of the Cross

My alter ego moonlights as the editor of our church’s weekly e-newsletter. Each week, among the usual blurbs such as might appear in your Sunday worship bulletin, I like to add one thing that interests me from my reading in … Continue reading

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A Twist on the Lectionary for Sunday, 7/25/2010

If your church uses the RCL (Revised Common Lectionary), you’ll notice that the Lord’s Prayer comes up in the Gospel reading for Sunday, July 27, 2010. If you want to change up and consider the Lord’s Prayer in another language, … Continue reading

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“No WAY!”

In my wanderings around the internet, I came across Eric Whitacre’s Virtual Choir. In this YouTube offering, Mr. Whitacre conducts a virtual choir, which may be the first of its kind accomplished completely on social media. In the end, Whitacre … Continue reading

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Summer Internet Fun: the Program for Creation

I am charged with producing a weekly e-newsletter for our church. Generally, this document just gives important announcements and reminders for our congregation. However, I do like to add in some little tidbit found online that relates to worship and … Continue reading

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So on my morning walk…

When I’m in Montreat, walking the four-footed child is on my to-do list. I am not imaginative about this; we generally have two options. We either walk around Lake Susan (same direction, always) or take the slightly longer walk across … Continue reading

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