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  • Religon: Anglican
  • Location: Manassas, VA
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If this is your first time here, welcome! I'm on sabbatical for the month of May, but I have guest posts scheduled in my absence. Enjoy them and hope you'll check out the archives as well!twitter || blogThom writes over at Everyday Liturgy, which is one of my favorite places to visit for, you guessed it, everyday liturgy. He teaches English at Nyack College and is the Senior Editor of Generate Magazine. He also writes for The Curator, The Englewo»
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If this is your first time here, welcome! I'm on sabbatical for the month of May, but I have guest posts scheduled in my absence. Enjoy them and hope you'll check out the archives as well!twitter || blogThom writes over at Everyday Liturgy, which is one of my favorite places to visit for, you guessed it, everyday liturgy. He teaches English at Nyack College and is the Senior Editor of Generate Magazine. He also writes for The Curator, The Engl»
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Thom Turner works full-time with International Justice Mission and blogs about theology, food, and worship.
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This is a guest post by Thom Turner from Everyday Liturgy. __________________________________________________________________________________________________ As my family has spent time over the past few weeks visiting four different churches, something struck me about all of this searching: is church hunting inherently selfish?
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Taking a step into a life advice column, my latest article at Relevant is “You Are More Than Your Resume.” An excerpt: We find ourselves…asking: How is that person on the fancy sheet of paper and the person I know I am the same person? The truth is, we so often lionize the people we admire and the work they produce that we forget they were human. Namely, humans for the most part have done things far beyond what their resume say.»
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God of Justice, the whole world is out of sync, wobbling… off center and disoriented. May your justice transform the landscape: deserts into streams, bogs into gardens, fetid waters into sweet pools. The faithful ones wait for your justice too. We wait for the Prince of Peace to make the world right again, to fix the way, center the wheel, balance the scales and put the universe back in order. For this is your world, O God, and we are but y»
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One of the worship tools I have really enjoyed for a long time is Pray As You Go, an Ignatian prayer resource. Each day you are led into a time of prayer and meditation with a song or chant and then a daily Scripture reading. It was a fantastic resource, but it was harder to do “as you go”when you had to download the mp3 files. So I was elated to find out that there is a PAYG app for Android and iPhone. I would encourage you to downlo»
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A month ago I had the opportunity to participate in my church’s Back In The Day sermon series. I preached on the life of Joseph and how it is a foreshadowing of Christ, and more urgently, a call for us to prepare to provide sacrificially to others. Click the link to play “Prepared to Provide”.  
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God of Assurance, Fountain of unfailing love, well of wisdom and grace, a mountain of mercy and stream of salvation, planter of peace and harvester of hope: speak to us, that we may flourish; nurture us, that we may grow; rescue us, that we in turn may deliver; and bless us, that we may prosper in the ways of the Kingdom and cling to the promise of everlasting life. Amen