Do We Know

DO WE KNOW At a time when the landscape of our world feels more like late fall, with barren branches that seem to speak of death more than life, we can't ignore the spring blossoms that keep pushing their way toward us. We might feel that they don't understand...

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There is Always Hope

Like many people, I take solace from the ocean during difficult times in life. Perhaps because of that, I’ve always loved the scripture line, “We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm, and secure.” I’ve thought of it frequently...

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We Pray for All Affected by the Coronavirus Pandemic

After all this is over, all that will have really mattered is how we treated each other. We pray for ourselves, for those we love, and for those who are in need of prayer but have no one today to remember...

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Reflection

The great gift of Easter is Hope. During the difficult times, we need hope and reassurance that we again will be able to go about our daily lives. How will this experience change us? How can it not?

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Passover is the story of hope. We could all use hope right now.

Holding Tight. Without Passover, could there be a Jewish people? Could there be any freedom at all in the world? Could there be hope for a better future?

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What can we do at Sacred Threads to help?

“Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a few minutes, Including you.” Ann Lamott – from Almost Everything In these unusual and unprecedented times of change, fear, anxiety and chaos, we are all challenged. We recognize how interdependent and interconnected we...

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Weathering the “Viral” Storm

Scott Kelly inside a Soyuz simulator at the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center in Star City, Russia, in preparation for travel to the International Space Station. Credit...Bill Ingalls/NASA Take it from someone who couldn’t: Go outside! Retired NASA astronaut Scott Kelly shares isolation...

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