Tag Archives: family values

God loves us uniquely, not exclusively

Some things Jesus says offend our most sacred held values. In today’s Gospel Jesus basically turns against family. As one who drove 6000 kilometers this summer in a car with my family and then spent four intense but good days … Continue reading

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Mistakes transformed not avoided

“Just like the clay in the potter’s hand, so are you in my hand, O house of Israel …” (Jeremiah 18: 6) Entering the lab, I was panting even though I had not climbed steps or walked very far. I … Continue reading

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