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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…
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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…
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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 se…
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This week I am in Faithvillage‘s Contributor Spotlight. They asked me several questions about the blog and about the work I do at IJM. Here’s a sample: If someone is just beginning to introduce liturgy into their worship, what books or resources would you point them to? I think…
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God of all Wisdom, You are a fountain of discernment And a sower of peace. You are the Author of a good and better way, One that cultivates an ambition To spur our fellow sojourners on To good deeds and the proclamation Of the Good News. As your Spirit renews
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Merciful God, Giver of all joy, salvation and freedom: Be our refuge and shelter, keeping The deeds of the Adversary at bay And arming us with all the Weapons of the Kingdom: Love, joy, peace, Patience, selflessness, neighborliness, Hospitality, turning-the-other-cheek, Forgiveness, mercy,…
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In the introduction to this five-part series, I noted that I’m adopting Charles Van Engen’s ‘reinterpreted’ historical marks of the Church – Unifying, Sanctifying, Reconciling, and Proclaiming – to discuss them under the banner of liturgy. I’d like to concentrate in this piec…
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God of Light, Who shines in the murky night of unbridled evil and sends it running like prey into the shadows; Who burns away the chaff of sin and calls us onto the narrow, yet easy and level path of righteousness; Who withholds none of your brilliance but allows your
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Marty: Hey, Doc, we better back up. We don’t have enough road to get up to 88. Doc. Brown: Roads? Where we’re going, we don’t need roads. Probably due to the fact that you watched it thousands of times in the past two decades, the lines from Back to the