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“Because he has autism,” I reply.
Sometimes it’s really hard for me, because every day I have to remind others of why my son is not typical.
With kids it’s easier. They don’t fully understand what autism is, but they do […]
Last Sunday was my first day at Burien Community Church. I guess that’s an exaggeration, because I had to write my sermon, prepare for worship, move into the parsonage, and get the keys to my new office. In addition, we moved into the parsonage a few weeks […]
A Sacrifice of Thanksgiving
Hear, O my people, and I will speak, O Israel, I will testify against you. I am God, your God…
Do I eat the flesh of bulls or drink the blood of goats?
Offer to God a sacrifice of thanksgiving, and pay your vows to the Most High.
This post is in response to the question “What is saving your life now?” that Sarah Bessey posed (quoting from Barbara Brown Taylor) on her blog at sarahbessey.com.
Today is my son AJ’s fourth birthday, and I have a 6 ¾ inch scar on my lower abdomen […]
Thank you to all of you who follow Rev-o-lution and continue to use the worship resources I have posted. If you have noticed, things have been a bit hectic this summer, resulting in some neglect to Rev-o-lution.org. I will be reformatting and updating the website next month to make it more user-friendly. Some of the […]
My family and I are in the process of moving to the Seattle area over the next couple of weeks. We will then be staying with family for a while before settling in. I do plan on posting worship resources in this time, but may be delayed at times. Once we are settled, I will […]
Every Wednesday or so I blog over at [D]mergent, where I am a co-editor. This week I blogged on why I stayed in the church, when there have been so many articles about young adults leaving the church. Check it out!
As many of you may be reflecting back upon the last year and looking forward to the coming year, I offer you this excellent article to reflect upon: Top Five Regrets of the Dying. Think about what is really important to you, and where you may need […]
Here’s a Top Ten Tuesday list of things going on in my life, which, you’ll understand as you read through, is why it’s being posted on Wednesday!
1. Work, work, work. I am working both as a preschool teacher in our church’s Mother’s Day Out program and as a substitute teacher in the school district. […]
“Ogres are like onions, they have layers.” –Shrek
Last week I watched the Nightline special on PBS “Faith and Doubt at Ground Zero.” As the people interviewed shared their views on God and faith (all had lost loved ones on 9/11), I started to reflect back–not on where I was on 9/11 as I have […]