Here. Now.

Here. Now. That’s what I wrote on the page I used to put on my clipboard at the beginning of each chaplain shift. The page had phone numbers, space for notes, the 23rd psalm (in case someone wanted to hear it), ideas I wanted to remember. And then a simple reminder of where to be […]

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He still cares. (still).

Paul Merrill writes here the first Friday of each month. However, at the moment, he’s in the middle of a daughter getting married, two sons graduating with master’s degrees, and a son-in-law-to-be graduating from college. So I offered to run one of his past posts. This one was first published July 2020. It’s good to […]

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This is good.

I wrote this for our chaplain meeting yesterday. I decided that I’d share it with you. The examples are for us. But the idea, I’m guessing may apply to you, too. +++ I was listening to a conversation with Thomas McKenzie the other day. They were talking about Genesis 1, the telling of the creation […]

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Reflection Or Prescription

This week, Rich Dixon starts telling us more of his story: +++ About 15 years ago, I was an about-to-retire math teacher in a wheelchair who enjoyed riding my handcycle. My wise friend Dick Foth told me I had a story worth sharing. I took him seriously. I discovered a love of writing, started a […]

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