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BPotW Loaves and Crumbs (Mark 7:24-30)

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Welcome back to BPotW. In typical Mark fashion, the prose in this week's passage is terse and deceptively simple. The story almost reads like a parable.
Matthew offers a parallel version which could be worthwhile to compare with this week's...


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We have now added the ability for you to specify which pronouns should be used to refer to you. This is becoming common as our society moves to accept non-binary, gender fluid, and other gender identities beyond male and female. We ask that you...

A Bit about this Journey

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If you have arrived on this forum through searches for cervical cancer, my hope is that this writing is of help to you.

Firstly, I am simply a person who was diagnosed with cervical cancer, treated and is doing well. The writing that you will...

Christianity and other religions

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This showed up on FB the other day. I like it a lot. And it doesn't just apply to indigenous religions. Personally, and historically, I identify most with Christianity. But I don't 'get' dissing other religions as a way to get followers for...

Capitalism and Christ

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A short article discussing the 'capitalist' view of a 'personal savior.' How do you react to it? How does it change your views?


Do Not Worry.......is JEsus serious?

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The suggested Lectionary Gospel Reading for this year comes from Matthew 6. In these verses Jesus tells his friends not to worry about getting basic needs met because God will provide.

Seriously? WHo can do that?

What would Jesus be?

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Just responded to the most fascinating question. "So, back in the day, Jesus was a carpenter. What modern-day job would he have now instead?" (forgive the awkward phrasing; not mine).

Room For All

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In November 2010 I started a thread on Wondercafe called "Room For All". My hope was that it would be a safe space to share life's joys, challenges, celebrations, concerns, and the everyday bits of our lives that make us who we are. Little did I...