WEDNESDAY’S WORD | 06.08.22

I was up and out on my morning walk early, around 6:30 a.m..  Its nice and quiet that time of morning, as well as much cooler than in later morning and afternoon.  Almost every morning there is an older … Read More

WEDNESDAY’S WORD | 06.01.22

Have you ever retrieved something from the “Lost and Found, and if you did, how did you feel? Losing something can make us frantic to find it. We search and search, we retrace our steps the … Read More

WEDNESDAY’S WORD | 05.25.22

It’s often said of Methodists, all we like to talk about is grace, we don’t bring up sin. I can see why many might say that, we are a grace-forward people. We believe in grace, and we … Read More

WEDNESDAY’S WORD | 05.18.22

I was in a meeting recently with other pastors, where we were to vote on issues related to ordination and other business regarding our Annual Conference. Our speaker for the day was a retired theologian, Marjorie … Read More

WEDNESDAY’S WORD | 05.11.22

I consider myself a joyful person.  I may not always seem like it, or my face may not always betray my inner joy, but by and large, I am genuinely filled with joy.  I thought we might … Read More

WEDNESDAY’S WORD | 05.04.22

I’ve been doing some self-care recently by taking early morning walks. I have a trek outlined which takes me along a path following a creek, then through a neighborhood of houses, past a school, a park, … Read More

WEDNESDAY’S WORD | 04.27.22

If you missed in person worship, you REALLY missed out. My friend, the Reverend Hadley R. Edwards took our in person worship to a whole other level. The word he brought was powerful and one that inspired … Read More

WEDNESDAY’S WORD | 04.20.22

I’m lamenting today about all the time and energy I’ve wasted in my life fretting over things that should not be my concern. As a child, when I would get in trouble for something I’d said … Read More

WEDNESDAY’S WORD | 04.13.22

Here we are, smack dab in the middle of Holy Week. What do you find yourself doing? Are you cleaning your house, making beds, doing laundry, going to work, cooking dinner, spending time with your children, or … Read More

WEDNESDAY’S WORD | 04.06.22

As probably many of you have felt, I’m feeling a bit overwhelmed by the ever continuing cycle of news that comes my way. The war has continued to drag on in the Ukraine, and now we … Read More