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Joanna Depue "DJ/Deacon J" writes original songs and liturgies, does daily Farm office work and records Barbara's eMos on The Geranium Farm. A singer and dog trainer she utilizes healing touch in her private massage practice. PLEASE share YOUR original ideas for worship, special liturgies, prayers, songs, sermons and noteworthy blogs right here.
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Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Our truest 'Valentine'

Remember when Valentine's Day was SAINT Valentine's Day? I'm also (as a child of the initial TV generation) reminded of the days when Mr. Telly Savalas, bald head, lollipop and all on the series Kojac stared in the camera and asked "Who loves ya', baby?". This reminder pass-along is from Sheri Jones.... thanks for the reminder, Sheri!

Happy Valentine's Day

For God so loved the world,
even before he made it
that he saved it.
The Father, Son and Spirit
loved the world into existence
hugged the world to shake our resistance
touched the world to bring our repentance
For God so loved the world
that he put us in the mix
not just to have something to fix
but so that we, thinking that we're the center
might instead be eclipsed by his love.

p.s. in the Roman Catholic and Episcopal calendars, we also remember Cyril and Methodius, special saints to the Slavic peoples. Each was a monk; Cyril was a Deacon and Methodius lived long enough to be ordained a Bishop. To read more about these and other saints, this site is often helpful:


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