Monthly Archives: November 2014

Over and around Ferguson

While I was in Jerusalem less than three weeks ago, a rainbow arched across the sky and spilled onto the land irregardless of international law, race, history, or religion. I thought of Genesis 9 and the fact that the rainbow … Continue reading

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Over and around Palestine/Israel

Today I write as a weary traveler waiting for my final connection home. During the flights today I had hoped to review my notes from these past 10 days, read the books I bought, and put together some reflections, but … Continue reading

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Oh little, occupied town of Bethlehem

Bethlehem. Jesus’ birth place. The town where everything is still, calm and bright, where our hopes and dreams are bathed in everlasting Light. At least that is how I have always imagined Bethlehem, thanks to Phillips Brooks (1835-1903) who wrote … Continue reading

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