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Walking Alongside Others

By Amy Moehnke A couple of weeks ago, as I was walking to pick up lunch from a downtown restaurant, I found myself crossing the street with a man who appeared to be homeless.  This is not an unusual occurrence, … Continue reading

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We All Wonder

By Amanda Wischkaemper “We all wonder” reads the billboard peeking into view among the treetops, I-35 brake lights, and a distant view of the downtown skyline. The traffic crawls on my commute, and I snap a quick picture. Around 10 … Continue reading

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Spaces of Transformation

By Rebecca Hall A few years ago, on one of those “holidays” when the kids are out of school but the parents still have to go to work, I brought one of my son’s classmates to St. David’s with us. Her … Continue reading

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St. Peter at the Gate

By Peter Hahn Because I am the lead receptionist, David Boyd likes to call me our church’s “St. Peter at the Gate,” and I humbly accept the role as long as I don’t have to make determinations about personal salvation. But … Continue reading

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A Letter of Gratitude

  To Rev. Boyd and the entire family at St. David’s: I will be moving from Austin this upcoming weekend, but I wanted to leave a short note for you all in gratitude. I started attending St. David’s in 2011 … Continue reading

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Journey into Anger (of the Righteous Kind)

by Michele Bondy Before I start, let me just tell you that I am a storyteller, and I never take the direct route. So, please hang in there with me. We’ll get to that righteous stuff soon enough. To begin … Continue reading

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“I should have had more faith than fear”

by Diana Dawson People have reported seeing images of Jesus in tree trunks and of Mary in grilled cheese, but I saw God grinning at me last summer from a dirty plate that held only the scrapings of meat loaf, … Continue reading

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Community

by Joy Miller In the Spring of 2012, the young adult community hosted a Lenten retreat. While driving to meet for carpooling, I got a call that my mom had been diagnosed with cancer. Naturally, it was quite a shock. … Continue reading

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