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  • Proper 6B (2018)

    by Charles Aaron, Jr.
  • Birds

    by Dan Bollerud
  • Shoots

    by Dan Bollerud
  • Trees

    by Dan Bollerud
  • Walking by Faith

    by Delmer Chilton
    There is a wonderful line in Sinclair Lewis’ novel Elmer Gantry. The book is a long ramble through the life of a blowhard ex-football player turned preacher who is variously successful and self-destructive. Gantry is on an upswing; he is the minister at a big church in a big city and he is on a speaking tour around the state, telling other people how to be as successful as he is. Andrew Pengilly is a gentle and humble minister with a long career in the same little church who volunteers to put the famous preacher up for the night when he comes to town. Gantry sits at the kitchen table, drinking coffee while boasting and bragging about all the things he has done, and plans to do, to bring in the kingdom. Suddenly, Pengilly interrupts, “Mr. Gantry, why don’t you believe in God?”...
  • Best for Last

    by Nikki Hardeman
  • Proper 6B (2018)

    by Phil Heinze
  • Proper 6B (2015)

    by Philip Heinze
  • Tree of Life

    by Martin Lohrmann
  • Proper 6B (2015)

    by Tyler Mayfield
  • Proper 6B (2018)

    by Lisa Michaels
  • The Sprig

    by RIck Morley
  • On Not Committing the Original Sin

    by Ron Rolheiser, OMI
    ("A man was part of a hunting expedition in Africa. His group was camped in a jungle. One morning he left camp early, hiked a few miles into the bush by himself, and shot two wild turkeys. Buckling these to his belt, he was walking back towards camp, when he heard noises and realized he was being followed. Frightened, his hands tight on his rifle, he scanned the woods for movement. His fear was quickly dispelled. What he saw stalking him was a young boy, about twelve years old, naked and hungry...")

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