Fifth Sunday of Easter, May 14, 2017

I’ve been training as a psychoanalytical therapist for a few years now and I find it interesting that most theorist believed that from the moment we become infant we are working out our dependence and separateness from our good enough mother or whoever our primary care-giver was. If that person is now deceased, we have […]

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March 1, 2017 ~ Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday Matthew 6.1-6 Wednesday, March 1, 2017 The spacious rolling hills of southeastern Minnesota create a distinct agricultural tapestry during the spring planting season. Sections of turned earth become the rich, black, loam squares offset by the lighter fallow acres of a flowing checkerboard of fields that roll on for miles. It was near […]

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