non-sequitors, epiphanies and general nonsense abound.
6 December, 2011 § Leave a comment
Always God’s people are called to remember that
we were once strangers and refugees
who were taken in by God (see Deuteronomy 10:19).
Let us claim in unison today the undiscriminating
joy of homecoming.
Tagged: Dorothy Bass quote, homecoming, Hospitality, multi-generational, neighborhood, race, sharing a meal, Thanksgiving, Third Ward, welcome
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