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Notes on Mark's Sabbatical Blog.

You are warmly invited to share the sights, reflections, and events of Mark's summer sabbatical.

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A Sabbatical Pilgrimage

My sabbatical journey will take me to Providence, Rhode Island, and Dublin, Ireland as I think about the experience of Christian pilgrimage. 

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How Long O Lord?

Attacks upon houses of worship erode the safety, comfort, and wisdom we have discovered in them....

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Under This Name

A naming controversy over an infamous bridge in Alabama is an appropriate location to reflect upon the polarities that divide us. American is stretched and pulled by the unavoidable differences arising from our cultural, racial, historical and personal experiences. We are cut off by our past and the hidden truths we refuse to acknowledge or the shame we are too frightened to confront. Distance and denial walk happily hand-in-hand when there’s little motivation to reach across the divide that separates the human family....read more at my blog

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Read Mark's New Travel Blog

A blog invitation to, yes, another blog!

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Advent is Upon Us!

Let's prepare for the Daily Advent Devotional!

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Offering Loving Support to Our Jewish Friends

Now is the time for peaceful, courageous and prayerful action...

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Looking Ahead at Central

During these days of transitions, we underscore our commitments and prayerfully prepare for our future.

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Another Success with Quinn Chapel

Read about our wonderful experience with Quinn Chapel A.M.E. on July 29th for a joint worship service and picnic on their church grounds on Charles Avenue.

 

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Lend Your Support to the Burma Human Rights and Freedom Act of 2018.

Please follow the links in this article to learn more about the crisis of the Rohingya and sign the petition for Senator Mitch McConnell.

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