Tag Archives: Boston Marathon

In Honor Of… (Mustard Seed Musing)

I ran on Saturday in honor of Meg Menzies. Menzies died after being hit by a drunk driver a week ago, while she was training for the Boston Marathon. I ran to be part of the movement to finish her … Continue reading

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My “Best Of What I Saw” 2013 Version

By my count, I saw 38 films in 2013, plus over a hundred DVDs and several dozen TV shows. Of course, not all of them are created equal, and here’s my wrap up of what was actually worth catching! Best … Continue reading

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#HumanityStrong or “Why The Red Sox Win Matters (But I Might Be Biased)” (A Mustard Seed Musing)

I haven’t been sleeping well. The Red Sox keep winning, and the games roll on into the early morning. But this year, it’s more than a bunch of baseball players I’m rooting for. It’s a city, a group of people, … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Sermon Today: Holy Ground

For worship on Sunday, July 14, at The Stand (casual and contemporary, 9 a.m.) and Blandford UMC (traditional, 11 a.m.) Reading Exodus 1-5 isn’t required, but it wouldn’t hurt! As we continue to weave our way through the Old Testament, … Continue reading

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Iron Man: You Know Who I Am, But Do I?

Iron Man 3 was a different kind of superhero movie than we’ve seen before, more akin to┬áDark Knight Rises than┬áThe Avengers, but it was still officially the first sign that summer is upon us. Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) returns … Continue reading

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The Boston Marathon & 42: How Will You Fight The Hate?

“Not again.” That’s the thought that echoed through my head when a Facebook post led me to the first harrowing reports of the bombs which exploded at the end of the Boston Marathon yesterday. Soon, the reality of two, shrapnel-loaded … Continue reading

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