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I grew up in Alaska, and after a short time living in Anchorage in a diverse neighborhood, we moved to a rural area. I attended a school that was predominantly white, with a handful of Native Alaskan […]
Resources will be coming soon! These are based off of the Revised Common Lectionary readings for this year.
Text version posted below!
Rejection Rejecting the ways of the world, empire Matthew 4:1-11
Episode VI: Luke tossing his lightsaber, […]
I did not write any new resources this year, but here is a link to last year’s resources: http://rev-o-lution.org/2016/01/07/martin-luther-king-jr-sunday-resources/
Revised Common Lectionary: Isaiah 2:1-5; Psalm 122; Romans 13:11-14; Matthew 24:36-44
*Narrative Lectionary: Daniel’s hope in God, Daniel 6:6-27 (Luke 23:1-5)
*I accidentally reflected on this passage last week and skipped over Thanksgiving. So below is the same reflection as last week.
Advent! The season of active watching and waiting for the coming of God […]
Last week, I forgot to include the Thanksgiving readings for the Revised Common Lectionary.
I also messed up and reflected on Daniel for the Narrative Lectionary, which is Advent 1, NOT Reign of Christ Sunday.
Sometimes, being a pastor, a mom, a church consultant, and a blogger is a bit much!
Thank you […]
I spent the first part of this week at #unco16, the UnConference. I’ve written about it a lot, shared about my experiences in the past, but it seems that every year, the conference is *exactly* what I need.
This picture says it all to me: worship space, friends gathered, toys on the […]
Apologies that this week’s worship resources went out so late! I had a very packed schedule last week, and then, when I had some free time this weekend, I simply forgot! So they are posted now. Normally, they are posted on the Friday 9 days before that Sunday on the lectionary cycle.