Monthly Archives: December 2015

A Recipe for Joy

Today, the third Sunday of Advent is usually known as Guadete Sunday. Gaudete is the Latin word for joy and on this Sunday we light the pink candle to remind us to rejoice in the midst of our waiting. And … Continue reading

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Playing Our Part

Naomi and Leo, Dave’s and my grandchildren, are being raised in the Jewish faith. The Jewish tradition is that on the eighth day after birth little boys are circumcised. God established circumcision as the sign of God’s covenant with Abraham … Continue reading

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Seeing the Signs

Recently when I was taking Emma to a toddler music class, she said, “There’s K Mart.” She has learned to recognize the big red K on the K-Mart sign. The signs on store fronts, on office buildings, in front of … Continue reading

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