Part 1 of 4 The name of our sermon today — and the four-week series of sermons of which this commences — is #Blessed. Why the hashtag? I realize some of you who aren’t up on their social media and don’t have a Twitter account might be scratching their heads. And others, who have no idea what a hashtag is — that checkerboard symbol used to mean the “pound” sign on a telephone! But in the Twitter-verse, that is the world of social media and Twitter, the hashtag becomes sort of
I have more than a few friends who attended the Women’s March in Washington on Saturday. Friends who are seminarians at Wesley, where I attend, and friends from up here in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. If you’re not familiar with the Women’s March, well, hundreds of thousands of women gathered in more than 100 locations around the world — in all 50 states and in 32 countries — to have their voice heard on women’s rights issues. The largest marches were in Washington,
Hands down, still one of my favorite movies of all time is “Dead Poets Society.” In this coming-of-age movie from the 1980s, actor Robin Williams plays the role of a rebellious English professor at a prestigious preparatory school for boys. I say “rebellious” because Williams’s character, Professor John Keating, breaks from the longstanding traditional curriculum at Welton Academy in Vermont and teaches the great disenfranchised, transcendental and Romantic writers — the “De
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