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Voices in the wilderness

Editors Note:  This is part of a series I wrote three years ago.  Enjoy. Friday after Ash Wednesday / February 27, 2009 Lake Charles, Louisiana in a bayou Dear friends, Lent always begins by inviting us to go into our own wilderness experience with Jesus.  Mine began this morning (Friday.) I slept well but almost […]

Advent Day 8 – Jesus’ wild and wooly advance man

Second Sunday of Advent He probably looked like someone from the cast of the old musical Hair or a hippie. He lived in the wild in the desert of Judea. He wore clothing made of camel’s hair, which I’m sure was – um – uncomfortable in the desert’s heat.  (He was probably pretty stinky.) His […]

Advent Day 8 – Jesus’ wild and wooly advance man

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Voices in the wilderness

Friday after Ash Wednesday / February 27, 2009 Lake Charles, Louisiana in a bayou Dear friends, (This post was written Friday but is not being published until just now, Monday morning, March 2nd.  Lent always begins by inviting us to go into our own wilderness experience with Jesus.  Mine began this morning (meaning – Friday.) […]