If They Drink Any Deadly Thing… (prophetic warning/reminder)

Mark 16:15-18 (emphasis added) 15 And he said to them, “Go into all the world and proclaim the gospel to the whole creation. 16 Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved, but whoever does not believe will be condemned. 17 And these signs will accompany those who believe: in my name they will cast out demons; they … Continue reading If They Drink Any Deadly Thing… (prophetic warning/reminder)

The Good Shepherd (National Cathedral Reflection)

I posted several photos on this D.C. trip with the Ed. D. and Ph.D. cohorts. This one, though, I reserved for you.  This is the Good Shepherd Chapel at the US National Cathedral. It was the last stop as I followed the signs from the Bethlehem Chapel all the way through to the Resurrection Chapel. … Continue reading The Good Shepherd (National Cathedral Reflection)

Notes from a Holocaust Survivor (Reflection)

The tour guide gave us identification cards to read as we traveled through the Holocaust Museum exhibits. The ID card shared information of one person who endured the horrific experience, and at the end, we learned if "our" person died in or survived the holocaust.  It turned out that "my lady," Susan Taube, lived. In … Continue reading Notes from a Holocaust Survivor (Reflection)

Shoes – Holocaust Museum Reflection

We had a debrief between the Ph.D. and Ed.D. cohorts this evening, but I wanted to save the shoes for us. I wanted to post a record of raw reflection on my experience at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. I wanted to share the three things that left me soul-stunned...with you. To give each … Continue reading Shoes – Holocaust Museum Reflection

On Drinking the Cup…

Sunday, I toured and attended worship service at the National Cathedral. The following are rough thoughts that came to me as I opted out of and observed the Communion ordinance. A minister served the wafer (bread) and then participants walked to another person holding one glass and some drank (yes, from the same glass) and … Continue reading On Drinking the Cup…