Monthly Archives: November 2014

Baptism

Family has a lot to do with the traditions of Baptism.  Sure, it is first and foremost an initiation into the church, a body of believers, grounded in God, celebrating faith in Christ, and open to the Spirit.  But how … Continue reading

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Six weeks old, already?

The last time I wrote we were waiting for our little guy to emerge, amazing to think it was sunny and warm then.  Today as the ground is covered in snow I am listening to his cry and taking this … Continue reading

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