Monthly Archives: May 2016

Sufjan Stevens and “Christian” Music

-David Gorman As many of you know, our Wednesday afternoons are devoted to a time of spiritual formation. A few weeks ago, Rev. Andrew Reinholz led us in a rich conversation about the intersection of faith and art. Our conversation … Continue reading

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All Are Welcome

-Bernadette Aylward In a previous post I shared how much I love singing in church. It is a wonderful way to pray and certain songs have a way of getting stuck in your head. If you stop by the Goth … Continue reading

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Navigating Change

-Patrick Keyser In three months I will move to New Haven, CT to start seminary at Yale Divinity School. Even as I type that it doesn’t seem real. It’s one of those things that I know is happening, but the … Continue reading

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The Chaos of Grief

-Paige Trivett Mourning is messy, y’all. It’s very different from death. Death is easy. When God calls the soul home to His eternal kingdom, the body is returned to the earth to bring forth new life. Pretty simple, right? I’ve … Continue reading

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Mid-Spring Fever

– Lissie Baker   Spring is one of my favorite times of the year, second only to summer – I love the warm weather. Right now, the front porch of the GotH Manor is caked in pollen and strewn with … Continue reading

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