Archive for June, 2013

The stories we tell

Have you ever felt like there was  a story about your life or about some part of your life that shaped you? That you in fact couldn’t seem to change the script because the story was so ingrained in yourself or the people around you? Most folks in the Episcopal Church are shaped by the […]

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Making it up as we go

A sermon for Pentecost 2013 I recently attended a diocesan conference where an improv group performed. It was so amazing to me that they were able to think so quickly on their feet and were really pretty hilarious. Because, as you know, folks doing improv don’t have a script. They’re responding to what’s happening and […]


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