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Talking Waffles and Therapy with the Interfaith Center of New York

For the past two years, I have been living into a bi-vocational ministry that seemed to make sense to me and no one else. That is, until the lovely folks at the Interfaith Center of New York asked if I … Continue reading

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Picky Eaters

Trusting in God’s promises might mean that we enjoy what is set before us each day with a little more gratitude and maybe even some joy, because today is a gift that cannot be reopened tomorrow. Continue reading

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What I learned from Waffle Church…

The kingdom of God is like a mustard seed… – a seed which, once removed from the jar by one or many small children, will find its way under the table, into the cracks between the floor boards, and buried … Continue reading

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Introducing Waffle Church

I am doing another new thing! The community of St. Lydia’s Dinner Church in Brooklyn discerned over the past year a need to create worship opportunities for people of all ages. Their discernment led them to Waffle Church, and amazingly, to … Continue reading

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“Big” Church

Oh, I had fun today. I got to ‘play’ in worship with some really lovely people. It all started with an exploratory conversation with Ted Hickman, who provides pastoral leadership at Duryea Presbyterian Church in my Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. We … Continue reading

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Restoration and Joy, Joy, Joy

Whew! I post this sermon to document my journey in ministry. My journey this week took me somewhere new. I was still with the good people of Christ Presbyterian Church by the Sea, bidding farewell after five months together in … Continue reading

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Why I took my kids to the People’s Climate March

It wasn’t an easy decision to take my young children to the People’s Climate March. Let me clarify. From a moral and theological standpoint, it was an easy decision. My heart is broken by the devastation wrought upon this beautiful, fragile earth, … Continue reading

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