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November 30, 2009

Reflection for the Week- November 30th 2009

Science and Scripture are both valid informers concerning God, ourselves, and the world. Credibility is hinged on dialogue and being willing to see what comes of it.

Dr. Gregory J. Laughery

November 23, 2009

Reflection for the Week- November 23rd 2009

During this week take extra time to be thankful to God.


Dr. Gregory J. Laughery

November 16, 2009

Reflection for the Week- November 16th 2009

May God be with us as we seek to live by faith in the crucified and risen One.

Dr. Gregory J. Laughery

November 09, 2009

Reflection for the Week- November 9th 2009

Selfishly deceptive? Sometimes we assume that if we do what we want to do that God must be against it. God only approves of us doing things we don’t want to do. It goes like this: doing what we want to do is selfish. But this may be a deception. Why? God may not be at all opposed to what we want to do. We can all too easily deceive ourselves about being selfish, either when we are or when we are not.

Dr. Gregory J. Laughery

November 02, 2009

Reflection for the Week- November 2nd, 2009

Someone once said to me that because Christians are parts of a body this means that God has a specific plan for each one. I think the point is rather that Christians need each other and when some attempt to pridefully isolate themselves from their fellow believers they make a mess of things. Sectarian overtures in the Christian community, as in the Corinth of the Apostle Paul’s day, will inevitably produce a lack of love. Being part of a body is a symbol of unity and mutual interdependence, and the recognition of this reality should produce a more active love towards each other.


Dr. Gregory J. Laughery