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How we are prepared – part one (chronic illness)

Everybody can be great…because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated … Continue reading

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What’s a Quaker look like? – a new project is born

I have returned this week from our Yearly Meeting sessions.  This year my shape of work changed enough to give me space to embark on a new experiment – and I hope it will continue after initial successes. I wanted … Continue reading

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What Love will do. Being in relationship.

Let us then try what love will do. – William Penn Last weekend I attended a “Jericho Walk” – around the Manchester Federal building where folks are required to report for ICE check ins (perhaps to be deported).  These days … Continue reading

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West Falmouth Preparative Meeting (Sandwich Monthly Meeting)

Last First Day I had the deep blessing of worshiping with Friends at West Falmouth Preparative Meeting, part of Sandwich Monthly Meeting.  As additional blessing, I was able to meet with Mark Condo and his family.  Mark is pastor of … Continue reading

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An easy guide to GIFs – graphics that catch attention

I love to learn new things.  I like posts that seem fun.  This fit the bill for me!  I get asked how I create these sort of posts more than anything else – and with Canva they are very easy … Continue reading

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What’s a Tech Chaplain? (and might you called to this service in your meeting?)

This is Shamika Goddard.  She is the person who first introduced me to the term “tech chaplain” – and she continues to be an inspiration. Here’s Shamika talking about how her ministry emerged while at Union Theological Seminary.   I … Continue reading

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Book Review – Click2Save Reboot – the digital ministry bible

This book, like its first edition, was incredibly helpful for me.  The first edition was more of a very basic “how to” – digital ministry was just emerging. The second “reboot” edition includes new considerations of impact of ministry, new … Continue reading

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Britain Yearly Meeting’s Faith and Practice – the use of social media support for in-person discernment (Part One)

Britain Yearly Meeting has just concluded for 2018.  It was quite exciting for me to hear about – even all the way over here “across the pond”.  I’m feeling encouraged to share some of the stories I encountered from that time … Continue reading

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Letting your life speak in digital spaces (without losing your sanity)

The internet is a very effective tool.  Connecting, sharing, work, social interactions – all can and do happen in a mere instant.  I am in contact with family and friends from all parts of my life.  I can learn news, … Continue reading

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In which I consider deep controversy… and wonder why continuing revelation is so darn uncomfortable.

There is controversy afoot in Britain.  With much anticipation, and lead up to the event… the 13th Dr Who was announced.  The beloved Dr is to take the form of a woman.  Madness.  Heresy. In another niche market of peculiar … Continue reading

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