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    The Morning After Blog

    Welcome to the Morning After. Preaching is created and offered and it’s a little awkward because you 'bare your soul' and it’s like you stand there buck naked, share what’s important to you, people get to peek and then walk away! It’s hard because it feels 'one way'. That is, we speak, people listen, and then choose to walk away or wander back, often with little comment one way or the other. 

    So here is a chance for our Ministers or guest speakers to clarify, and for you to comment and for all of us to learn together! Thanks for sharing your thoughts, questions, or wonderings. This is a free space to engage!


    January 24 - New Eyes For Reading the Old Testament


    January 17 - Reading the New Testament as Though Your Life Depended on it


    January 10 - Theology for Non-Theologians


    January 3 - Because It's 2016


    December 27 - Wise Travellers

    Hello Hillhurst,

    I think that 2016 will be the year of ‘wisdom’. Our work and mine will be to deepen, develop and walk with wisdom practices. What’s needed moving forward in a dominant culture of fear, might be the countercultural wisdom that comes from honest dialogue and analysis out of places like ours. fI forgot to mention in the sermon this amazing passage from Proverbs 1:

    “Wisdom cries aloud in the street,
    in the markets she raises her voice; at the head of the noisy streets she cries out;
    at the entrance of the city gates she speaks:..”

    Pay attention this week to wisdom in the neighbourhoods of your lives. What makes you recognize wisdom? What has to be, in order for a voice or action to be wise?

    On another note, here’s the Christmas Story link we tried to show on Sunday. Enjoy!

    And if you haven’t yet read the Jean Vanier piece by Ian Brown in the Globe and Mail, here it is as well.

    Grateful for the Light in all, Rev. Danielle

    December 27 - Wise Travellers