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Last night my dear friend Ian, who a couple of weeks ago staged a production of Godspell to benefit Church Without Walls, shared a wonderful story with me: This week he was downtown with several Godspell cast members as they … Continue reading
Posted in faith Tagged church without walls, Communion, community, compassion, friendship, grace, holy ground, homelessness, hope, hospitality, mercy, spiritual growth, vulnerability, welcome Leave a comment
Grace breaks in.
There is no doubt in my mind that many sacred things are happening around us at any given time. They may be small, almost imperceptible events. Or they may be life-changing, seminal happenings. I am also convinced that I often … Continue reading
Posted in Christianity, Diocese of Florida, faith, Grace, peace, unity Tagged church planting, Communion, community, grace, gratitude, holy ground, homelessness, hope, hospitality, inner darkness, mercy, street ministry, vulnerability 3 Comments