Feb

15

MSFL Lenten Mercies | When Breath, Becomes Air

By Dan Steinhart (Cohort 1) — True confession, I really don’t enjoy Lent. It always seems to come too soon; involves things I don’t particularly enjoy or look forward to; and often seems to leave me pretty much the same. I’ve been bearing a particular cross for the past several years, and while it almost […]

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Feb

12

MSFL Lenten Mercies | My Lenten Failures

By Lance Baker (Cohort 14) — As Lent comes around each year I begin asking myself what it is I want to fast from or give up. In the past, however, the list of things I came up with always seemed trivial. Give up social media to celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ? Pass […]

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Feb

10

MSFL Lenten Mercies | Memento Mori

By Geff Crowell (Cohort 16) — The Book of Common Prayer says, “in the midst of life we are in death” (484). Sometimes in the hectic pace of modern life we (me) fail to understand this short, but rich phrase. Many times as I rush from project to project, from visitation to writing a sermon, […]

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