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A reflection for Emancipation Day

A day to give thanks and acknowledge we still have far to go.

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‘But some doubted’

How could I have missed those three little words my whole life?

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Paying taxes, giving thanks

April 15 is a good day to remember it’s all a gift from God.

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A mix of ages benefits all

Seniors at Josephine Sunset enjoy a constant flow of youngsters.

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A right to religious freedom

A right to religious freedom?

Yes. A right to run a business according to your faith? No.

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Honoring a founder of our nation

Honoring a founder of our nation

Thomas Jefferson’s words are indelibly etched on our hearts.

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Being a quiet witness

Being a quiet witness

It’s simply telling the truth as you know it and nothing more.

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Cheap grace, valued community

Bonhoeffer’s theological views remain relevant to us today.

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Being a quiet witness

Being a quiet witness

Blog, 04/17/2015

It’s simply telling the truth as you know it and nothing more.

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Seniors at Josephine Sunset enjoy a constant flow of youngsters.

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A day to give thanks and acknowledge we still have far to go.

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Jackie Utley, first African American ELCA ordination in South Carolina

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Are there angels among us?

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‘Sundays and Seasons’

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