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I started something new as a spiritual discipline during Lent 2016 called, “Got a Minute?“ “Got a Minute” is a one minute video reflection as a Chaplain on subjects that give hope and encouragement. Remember that you are loved more than you know.  God’s peace be with you. (Here’s a sample of a “Got a Minute” video […]

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Being Salt

Rev. Sarah Jackson Shelton and I were classmates at seminary, she was my pastor when I was a member of the  Baptist Church of the Covenant, and the officiant at my wedding to Mary Bea Sullivan.  Most recently, she was the preacher at my ordination as a priest in the Episcopal Church. Thank you Sarah Jackson […]

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The bulletin for the ordination service for Malcolm Marler can be seen here. In many worship services in the Episcopal church, there is a time in the service called, “Prayers of the People.” This is a time when one person or many, speak prayers out loud and the congregation as a whole responds with “Lord, hear our […]

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In Times Like This

As a Chaplain in a Level One Trauma Center with approximately 1,140 beds, and an outpatient clinic that sees 1,500 persons daily, we see a lot of miracles every day. People have surgeries of every kind here, others participate in specialized treatments, and still others receive life-giving medicine.  Hopefully all receive care and compassion from […]

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