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Resources for Prayer and Worship at Home on Mothering Sunday (Fourth Sunday of Lent), March 22, 2020

Some resources for prayer and reflection for the people of God, especially those who are of the Anglican Church of St Thomas the Apostle, Kefalas, Crete, Greece. We cannot meet this Sunday, and likely for many Sundays to come. We … Continue reading

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Prayer and Forgiveness

A sermon preached on The Sixth Sunday after Trinity at The Anglican Church of St. Thomas the Apostle, Kefalas, Crete July 28, 2019 11:00 am The readings for the day were Colossians 2:6-15, Psalm 85 and Luke 11:1-13. Well, given these … Continue reading

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George Herbert at Prayer (1)

This is another sonnet by George Herbert, but what a sonnet. Look for a controlling verb and you won’t find one. No, what we have here is a cascade of words creating  pictures of prayer. It sounds like a 16th … Continue reading

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When I Pray: Prayer Cycles

When I pray I have a number of ever-changing people, places, and things that I remember. In the congregation I now serve we have a Prayer Net and the person organizing it keeps track of people to pray for – … Continue reading

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When I Pray

Prayer is fundamentally not about changing God’s mind, but about changing ours. It’s not as if we can change God’s mind, because talking about God having a “mind” is a rather anthropomorphic projection of how we think God works. Granted, … Continue reading

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