Month: November 2016

Reconciliation: Ambassadors of the Greater Kingdom

Desert Fathers Dispatch

Tomorrow is the end of the road (I hope) to the most contentious presidential campaign of my lifetime.  Many things have already been said about both of the major party candidates, the question of why third parties are not given an equal public platform, and how some groups will respond if the results do not go their way.  I have already determined that I’ll go to work, return home for a while, and go back to St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church on Wednesday, November 9th.  We are continuing with the Canon of Racial Reconciliation with our Compline Prayers followed by Bible Study.  While I am at it, I want to thank Fr. Milton and my good brothers & sisters at St. Demetrios for committing to this fellowship.

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In such a political hurricane as we are experiencing, we Christians of all stripes tend to forget where our true citizenship belongs. …

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