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19:9 Pilate entered his headquarters again and asked Jesus, “Where are you from?”

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7:45 Then the temple police went back to the chief priests and Pharisees, who asked them, “Why did you not arrest him?” 46 The police answered, “Never has anyone spoken like this!” 47 Then the Pharisees replied, “Surely you have not been deceived too, have you?

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It is not easy to know what leadership looks like in the midst of the chaos and confusion that is COVID-19.

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Next week I will meet for the first time with a new Parish Council (elected leadership) of the parish in which I serve. We will begin by discussing how we hope to work together. To facilitate our discussion we will look at some notes on how we might seek to be together in leadership.

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My father died thirty-five years ago today. He was seventy-three, which to me at the time seemed a ripe old age, but today seems sadly young for death to arrive.

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The qualities that govern our life together as a church community may in many cases seem to run counter to the qualities that predominate in most of the organizational structures that are taken for granted as normative in the world outside the church.

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Churches are living beings (“the body of Christ” I Corinthians 12:27). Living beings are not tidy or predictable. At times they inevitably operate in ways that may seem poorly planned. This slightly anarchic quality in churches makes it vital that the leadership hold firm adherence to the underlying principles that guide the life of the community.

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Yeshua says: The Pharisees and the scribes have taken the keys of knowledge
and hidden them away.
They did not go in themselves,
nor did they allow to enter those who wish to.

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Every years, around this time, many churches find themselves beginning to work under the guidance of a new Parish Council/Church Board/Board of Elders.

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The soul searching in the Democratic Party of the United States has begun.  It will be a painful process.

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