Monthly Archives: November 2011

Unity in Christ

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  NOH8 – CLICK HERE Campaign speaks out to say, "It Gets Better"   Hi Everyone! It has come to me to add that the calling of the Christ for unity is bringing peoples together sharing love and hope with each other.  This is especially good in situations where suicidal thoughts or being on the verge of suicide can be… Read more »

“Keep Moving – with the holidays”

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  “Keep Moving –  with the holidays”                                  by Tom Taffel With the new year just around the corner, many of us may be contemplating moving, making lifestyle changes, changes in employment or even family situations.  Whatever the need for change, the one word that strikes a universal chord among us all is “movement.” Movement comes effortlessly and naturally at times… Read more »

Sharing with Hope & Love

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At this time my heart pours out to those in dire need.  Mere words cannot save, but sharing openly and honestly is the key to healing.  Remember what I said a while ago about the importance of the word "HOPE"?  Sharing is HOPE and it’s done through deed of love. Please do post my input on the Emergence web page. … Read more »

The Healing of Prejudice

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The Healing of Prejudice Suzanne Nightingale   Prejudice is a two-edged sword, cutting both giver and receiver.  Often we try to soothe the wounds of prejudice by being more fiercely loyal to our own people – expecting the protection of the group in exchange for our loyalty.  But loyalty to people, instead of to God, is what incites prejudice in… Read more »

Bridging the river of ‘otherness’

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Bridging the river of ‘otherness’ Clearly Pascal was calling for a kind of humanistic enlightenment, an idealism that would transcend geographic, ethnic, or political boundaries and that would recognize common humanity. Yet this ideal seems far from established today, and it would seem that mere human wistfulness, a kind of “can’t we all get along” sentiment, isn’t enough to bridge… Read more »