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Days of Counting

Posted by Max Brumberg-Kraus on Jun 5, 2017 10:17:08 AM

Miss Kitka scans the living room. She lifts her head and dampens the edges of the coach with her nose. She hesitates. There are so many hands at her eye level! Caught in a sort of trance, the entirety of her vision is overwhelmed with fingers folding, unfolding, aligning, re-folding, flattening, and finally cutting various hues of origami paper. Thankfully, my cat is more curious about the people than in tasting the paper scraps falling to the floor.

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Topics: Arts, faith, practice, spiritual practice, easter, interfaith

REFLECTIONS ON A NEW ZEALAND TREK: A METAPHOR FOR MINISTRY

Posted by United Seminary on May 16, 2017 5:13:01 PM

 

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Topics: scripture, Theology, justice, faith, practice, spiritual practice, memory, guest posts, ministry, easter, Kathi Austin Mahle

Reflecting on Theatre, Rhythm, and Worship during Holy Week

Posted by Max Brumberg-Kraus on May 2, 2017 5:39:28 PM

“The stage is a place where the invisible can appear”

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Topics: Arts, faith, music, spiritual practice, easter, theatre

Easter Greetings and the Love of the Resurrection Story

Posted by Dr. Lewis P. Zeidner on Apr 16, 2017 12:00:00 AM

During our church service this morning the choir had just finished the Anthem; with trumpet and organ celebrating at full volume, when a young child in the rear of the sanctuary expressed total joy with something between a giggle, a shout and an Amen! 

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Topics: faith, ministry, easter, theological education, leadership