Author Archives: Katie Keenan

The Paradox of Crucifixion

By Rebecca Hall 2015 Lenten Meditation, Good Friday You could make the case that Good Friday is the worst day of the liturgical year. This is the day we re-enact the underbelly of humanity and what it can do. When … Continue reading

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Passion and Passivity: Waiting with God

By Greg Garrett 2015 Lenten Meditation, Week 6 “What do you do?” is one of the most-heard questions of our adult lives. We define ourselves—and others place us into boxes—based on our answers. “What do you do?” often gets mistaken … Continue reading

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“Who can stay awake in this night of God?” —Moltmann

By Janet Davis 2015 Lenten Meditation, Week 5 Perhaps this devotional just needed to be written at night. I am sitting up in my bed at 5 am. Awakened at 4, I could not go back to sleep. The task … Continue reading

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Temptation

By Amy Moehnke 2015 Lenten Meditation, Week 4 Each of us could probably bring to mind at least one thing when we hear the word “temptation.”  Maybe it’s a certain food or drink, or a relationship, or an activity that … Continue reading

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Temptation: How could you POSSIBLY see it that way?

By the Rev. Peter Casparian 2015 Lenten Meditation, Week 3 A raging debate started to smolder and then really catch fire around our dinner table last Friday evening. It wasn’t about politics… or money… or relationships… or who was going … Continue reading

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Invitation

By the Rev. Katie Wright 2015 Lenten Meditation, Week 2 A friend posted on Facebook about her current life with small children “Mothers of young children don’t need Lent. Our lives are one big Lent already, all year long.”   Another, … Continue reading

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Practice, for the Kingdom of God Is at Hand

By Rebecca Hall 2015 Lenten Meditation, Week 1 At the end of the Gospel reading assigned for Sunday (Mark 1:9-15), Jesus says “The kingdom of God has come near; repent, and believe in the Good News” (v.15).  If you have … Continue reading

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Behind the Scenes

By Amy Moehnke Today is a special day.  It is the final Sunday in this year’s Stewardship Campaign, and in a little while we will dedicate this year’s financial pledges as a part of our act of worship during the … Continue reading

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Compline Peace

The following was sent in a thank-you message for the St. David’s Compline Choir after a special performance in Salado. Our very dear friends have never been involved in Compline nor generally been involved in the Episcopal Church. At our … Continue reading

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Day of Service

By Adrian Buchanan Our family participated in the Day of Service last Saturday and, on the way to the Foundations Communities property where we would serve lunch, one of my sons remarked that he was worried this would be difficult, … Continue reading

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