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Friday, April 19, 2019

Lunch spot

It has been a busy week for me as I manage my regular responsibilities as pastor to a local congregation and prepare for not one but four special experiences of worship (as the week leading up to and including Easter Sunday is commonly called "Holy Week").  While it is always important for me (for that matter, all of us!) to find a balance between work, family and retreat, it feels even more critical this week.

After all, in the pages of the Bible which record Jesus' life it seems that he was quite fond of going to quiet places for rest and rejuvenation, probably mostly around dawn and dusk.

This was my quiet place to rest for a while today; my lunch spot at The Muck (SGL 313).

I hope you find yours.





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