Author Archives: Elizabeth Geitz

Every Step of the Way

This is the most sacred week of the year for Jews and Christians. It is the week of Passover for Jews and Holy Week for Christians – a week when Jews decide if they will walk with Moses and other … Continue reading

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#GagaGodJustice

“One nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”So began Lady Gaga’s dazzling half-time Super Bowl performance. And so ends the Pledge of Allegiance of the United States of America. Not coincidentally, this phrase lies at the heart … Continue reading

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What’s In There?

Rogue One, the latest in the Star Wars series, was released just in time for holiday viewing. Like all Star Wars movies, this one did not disappoint – complete with holograms, space battles, laser fights, and this time Computer Generated Images … Continue reading

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Countdown to Christmas

This week, Christians around the world find themselves in the final countdown to Christmas. The last candle on the Advent wreath is lit and we’re nearing the end of our pop-up Advent calendars. If we haven’t finished decorating, gift buying, … Continue reading

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Listen With the Ear of the Heart

The presidential election of 2016 is over and our nation is at war with itself. Family members are not speaking to each other, long-time friends are at odds with one another, and cries of ‘unfriend me if you don’t like … Continue reading

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Suffering from ESD???

Are you suffering from ESD? No…I’m not talking about Erectile Syndrome Dysfunction. That would leave out half the population. This is something much more serious for which there is no magic little pill. I’m speaking of Election Stress Disorder. That’s … Continue reading

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Ralph and the Amazing Technicolor Pajamas

“My life was spiraling out of control,” my friend shared. “Nothing was working or getting any better, so one afternoon I slipped into a large Manhattan church to sit quietly and pray for healing . . . to someone, anyone … Continue reading

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Every Single Day

“The world is often a difficult place, full of fear and anger and suffering. But it is important to see that love and joy also fill our world. I share this belief with one of my closest and most mischievous … Continue reading

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Let’s Overwhelm the World – Together

“In the last few days, we have seen acts of violence in which children of God have been killed.” So began Episcopal Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s message yesterday.As I listened to the stark reality of his words, tears began to stream … Continue reading

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I Am the Change!

What does it mean to be a person of faith right now? I ponder this question anew, as our country becomes deeper and deeper enmeshed in a spiral of hateful acts and hateful rhetoric that seem to have no end. … Continue reading

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