Monthly Archives: March 2018

Resurrection Is?

R. Elly, M. Div. “Resurrection” when looked up in the dictionary gives us lots of words that are synonyms. Some of these are illuminating: Rising, awakening from the dead, reappearance, reawakening, rebirth, restoration, return to life, revival.   How would … Continue reading

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Death of a Dream, Basis for Hope

Don R. Elly, D.Min. Mark’s stories of the Palm procession into Jerusalem to the death of Jesus on the cross is to experience the death of a dream. The beginning of that dream is the parade into Jerusalem. Major emotions … Continue reading

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Seeing with Jesus’ Eyes

Don Elly, M.Div. John’s purpose is to describe for the world a “Cosmic Jesus” that embodies the love of God for all no matter their ethnic roots or previous religious identity. Here some Greeks have come to Jerusalem for the … Continue reading

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A World So Loved

Don R. Elly, M.Div. Alice L. Camille identified  “A World so Loved” as her theme for this 4th Sunday of Lent.  The focus is on God’s desire for relationship.  Through loving enemies, doing works of hospitality and inclusion, we make … Continue reading

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