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A Deeper Sense of Spirituality

Today is St Patrick’s Day. In doing some research on this holiday I found that I was even more drawn to Celtic Spirituality. I found out that St Patrick’s Day is more than green beer, parades, and corned beef and cabbage. It is about re-discovering God. St Patrick was initially from the area that we now know as Wales. He was kidnapped by pirates and sold as a slave in Ireland. He lived among the Irish people for 6 years before escaping back to England. He had fallen in love with the Irish people when he was there and eventually returned to Ireland because he felt called there by the people. By then he had become a priest and his mission was to convert as many of the Celts to Christia

What's Stopping You?

“Faith is taking the first step even when you don't see the whole staircase.” -Martin Luther King Jr Have you ever set an intention only to find yourself in a place or fear or uncertainty? I believe that many of us want to create something in our lives, discover a vision that we want to dive into and create in our lives, only to then find ourselves temporarily frozen. Sometimes it is for a split second, sometimes for a longer period of time, and sometimes we never find the courage to take the first step. I was talking with someone this week and the topic of intentions, fears, and how we respond to them came up in the conversation. We talked about faltering, even for a second, and how tha

Saying Goodbye and Finding Joy

Today many of us said goodbye to someone special. She was special to so many for a variety of reasons. She was a mom, a daughter, an aunt, a grandmother, a cousin, a practitioner, and a friend among other roles. She was also my former mother in law. I say former but I’m not sure if it is possible to be anything other than a mother in law. While her son and I divorced almost 15 years ago she remained in my life as we served together at church off and on and kept in touch over the years after I moved churches. I have many fond memories of her. When I was asked today after the service what one thing I remember the most about Pauline I shared her love of laughter. She loved to laugh, she



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