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A Sonnet for Coronavirus Victims

“There are no easy answers, and anyone who tries to suggest otherwise on a poster or in a Tweet does a grave disservice to those who are really suffering–some hurting financially, some hurting physically; some grieving loss of jobs, some grieving loss of lives . . . all needing healing, not hectoring.” Continue reading

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A Thought to Consider in Light of the Well-Intended (and Possibly Completely Correct) Exhortation to Seize the Moment of “Unprecedented Opportunity”

“Xer and Yer worship leaders, if you’re going to ask boomers and builders to sing along with your live-streamed/pre-recorded worship set in the confines of their kitchens, laptops in tow, please let them sing a song or two from the soundtrack of their faith, too.  If ever there were a time to put ‘It Is Well with My Soul,’ ‘Great Is Thy Faithfulness,’ and ‘How Great Thou Art’ into regular rotation, this is it.” Continue reading

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