Monthly Archives: December 2016

Jesus a Refugee

Bombs and brick barrage the people of Aleppo At home we sit in comfort far from any terror The bloodshed overseas is like a foreign echo We hear their cries but we wait and give no answer Swords and soldiers … Continue reading

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A Not so Silent Night

Born in Bethlehem the baby laid It was not so silent on that night Empires of old sharpened up their blade Joseph and Mary prepared for flight After the shepherds and kings of old A messenger from the Lord appeared To … Continue reading

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A Manger of Joy and Sorrow

Before getting deep, I thought I would share a video of the song “Blue Christmas” performed by Postmodern Jukebox. I can’t count the number of times I’ve walked past someone and have either been on the receiving or engaging side … Continue reading

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Of Isolation and Hope: An Adopted Korean-American Hermeneutical Lens

Introduction Before I begin to explore the notion of an adopted Korean-American hermeneutical lens, I think it would be appropriate to take a moment to briefly share a passage that has influenced how I read and interpret Scripture, and my … Continue reading

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December 11, 2016

Memorial Presbyterian Church of Wenonah Taizé Worship Service Liturgy

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