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October 26, 2009

Reflection for the Week- October 26th, 2009

Reading the biblical text wisely opens us up to new possibilities for living in community with God, the other, and the world. Being read by it challenges our hearts and minds, shapes our characters and identities, and changes our spiritualities and lives. Take and read. Read and be taken.

Dr. Gregory J. Laughery


October 19, 2009

Reflection for the Week- October 19th, 2009

God knows us and loves us as we are. His invitation into community is always the same and without conditions. No need to get everything right before accepting. He is waiting, just come, and you will be welcomed.

Dr. Gregory J. Laughery

October 12, 2009

More photos of the new Roof on Bellevue









Reflection for the Week- October 12th, 2009

Forgiveness of someone, because of deep wounds, may be something that takes time to grow into. It is important to recall that we are beings in time. We exist in and through past, present, and future, hence should not expect instantaneous resolutions to all our issues concerning forgiving others. God is patient with us. Forgiving, then, may turn out to be a long process, but hopefully it will be one that we are challenged to take more seriously as each day goes by.

Dr. Gregory J. Laughery

October 05, 2009

Reflection for the Week- October 5th, 2009

All the justice and love of God and all the justice and love of the world converge in the cross of Christ; the crucified, dead, and risen One.


Dr. Gregory J. Laughery