Monthly Archives: January 2015

Our Graduation from an Old Blindness to New Life in Christ’s Authority

A Reflection on Mark 1:21-28 the Gospel for February 1st, The Fourth Sunday after Epiphany by David Somerville+ Carol Louisa Gawain was born in 1948 to atheist Californians. She is the author of several popular self-help books, the most influential of … Continue reading

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When Life seems to be Working God comes in and fixes it

A Reflection on Mark 1:14-20, the Gospel for January 25th, The Third Sunday after Epiphany by David Somerville+                   The Call to discipleship is a very strange thing. While blindly following the Call … Continue reading

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What Kind of Shadow Does the Fig Tree Cast?

A Reflection on the Gospel for January 18, 2015 The Second Sunday after Epiphany by David Somerville+                   There is a fig tree in this week’s upcoming Gospel lesson, and like the best of most good trees, it is now, … Continue reading

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His Baptism; Our Repentance

A Reflection on Mark 4: 1-11 The Gospel for January 11, 2015 The First Sunday after the Epiphany by David Somerville+                American historian, Henry B. Adams, once said, “Chaos is the law of … Continue reading

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