February 26, 2013
by Dr. R. Scott
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Dust.

There’s a place where the outer world and inner world meet. That place is quiet. Mysterious like a farm pond. Awkward. A first kiss kind of awkward. But to turn away from that place – too busy, too smart, too afraid, … Continue reading

February 21, 2013
by Dr. R. Scott
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Stop. Praying.

A little suggestion . . . for a week or so forget about saying prayers or praying for others or praying for yourself or praying for world peace or even sending prayers of thanksgiving up into the sky and straight … Continue reading

February 12, 2013
by Dr. R. Scott
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Tasting. Heaven.

After preaching a sermon this past Sunday on the Transfiguration of Jesus, I find myself contemplating more and more the role of religious experience. For those of you who know the story, Jesus takes Peter, James and John to the … Continue reading

February 6, 2013
by Dr. R. Scott
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Today.

How many new beginnings can one person receive?   As many breaths as one person can breathe.   And if   this is not  always  true, it’s true  enough  for  today.

February 4, 2013
by Dr. R. Scott
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Quartet.

  I’m not saying it’s a great film. I’m not saying it’s a big film. But I enjoyed the human scale of this story about a retirement home in England, composed entirely of former singers and musicians. It’s a story … Continue reading