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Monthly Archive for May, 2011

It’s Just Stuff?

This is the third in a series written by Malcolm Marler and Mary Bea Sullivan, husband and wife, about their journey as Mary, an author, prepares to go to Virginia Theological Seminary.  Malcolm is a director of pastoral care at a hospital in Alabama. “She Said” by Mary Bea Sullivan “They have met our counter-offer, […]

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Freedom from Stuff

This is the second in a series written by Malcolm Marler and Mary Bea Sullivan, husband and wife, about their journey as Mary, an author, prepares to go to Virginia Theological Seminary.  Malcolm is a director of pastoral care at a hospital in Alabama. HE SAID… by Malcolm Lewis Marler “It must be hard to […]

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He Said She Said

This is the first in a series written by Malcolm Marler and Mary Bea Sullivan, husband and wife, about their journey as Mary, an author, prepares to go to Virginia Theological Seminary.  Malcolm is a director of pastoral care at a hospital in Alabama. She Said… by Mary Sullivan Change she is a comin’–We have […]

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Riding Shotgun

This is the seventh in a series on My Faith Journey, and #27 in the series Lessons from My Father. ri·ding shot·gun To ride shotgun is to sit in the front passenger seat when riding in a car or other vehicle. It is also used to mean giving actual or figurative support or aid to […]

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