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Drinking, eating and having fun in Napa Valley while meeting the personalities and characters that make the wine country the charming, tempting and intriguing destination that draws visitors from around the world. Having grown up in Napa Valley and being vintner/proprietor of Judd's Hill, Judd has the scoop on what's happening and who's who!
 
Meet the who’s who of Napa Valley as Latife Hayson shines a light on one of the most beautiful and coveted lifestyles in the world. Her video podcast, “Napa Valley Inside Out," give you a glimpse of some of the most beautiful and coveted lifestyles in the world. Latife Hayson is an elite luxury Napa Valley real estate agent with the innovative Compass Brokerage. She specializes in the sale and acquisition of luxury estates, vineyards, and wineries. Latife interviews vintners, entrepreneurs, ...
 
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In this teaching, we take a brief look at a post-Easter interaction between Jesus and the disciples, and then launch into unpacking two we manifest the life that belief affords. Jesus breathes on them, telling them to receive the Holy Spirit. A question: was there any less Holy Spirit in the room or in the disciples’ lungs before Jesus breathed on …
 
The menfolk were still hiding out together, perhaps in the same room where they shared the Passover meal a few nights earlier. Their fear was justified – Jesus was falsely accused, put through an illegal trial, found guilty from biased jurors, and was tortured and executed. As his followers, they assumed they might be next. No judgment here. The wo…
 
The scene (John 12:1-6) is a dinner party honoring Jesus. Lazarus is there, which is a pretty big deal since he was dead a few days or weeks before. Jesus was being honored for lots of reasons, but everybody present surely appreciated Lazarus’ presence given that Jesus was the one who called him out of the tomb to live another day. Lazarus’ sisters…
 
In Luke’s 15th chapter we are offered three related parables from Jesus, all well known, the last being one of the most loved of all his teaching. The context is familiar – the teachers of the Law were taking issue with Jesus’ teaching and company as he was mingling with tax collectors and sinners. Undoubtedly, Jesus was aware of their concern for …
 
Our lectionary text this week offered the following account from Jesus’ remembered life: About this time Jesus was informed that Pilate had murdered some people from Galilee as they were offering sacrifices at the Temple. “Do you think those Galileans were worse sinners than all the other people from Galilee?” Jesus asked. “Is that why they suffere…
 
Some people believe God is angry and ready to kick our butts if we get out of line. Some people believe God is primarily known by love and is constantly working to help all of creation thrive in health, wellbeing, and harmony. Both of these images appear in the Bible. Jesus was clearly motivated by God’s love, probably because he experienced it pow…
 
The Transfiguration offered an abundance of fodder for Jesus’ disciples (then and now) to chew on. The experience was one of those thin place moments when the veil was lifted and all involved could see and experience the nearness of God. When people (including myself) have had thin place moments, they are left with a sense of awe and wonder that we…
 
This week’s lectionary text (which I have switched to Matthew’s version of Jesus’ sermon) provides an excellent opportunity to remember some important issues whenever we read the Bible. First, it was not written by Americans living in 2022. We are 2,000 years and a world away from their context. Second, it was not written in English. The Old Testam…
 
Garrett Morgan saved lives. It is impossible to calculate just how many lives he saved – not just in his time, but even up until now. He will continue saving lives into the distant future, too. He invented the precursor to the modern stoplight that featured not just a red and green light for stop and go, but the yellow light, warning that the red-s…
 
Today I begin a new series, Renewing Faith, where we will examine some key concepts that serve to form Christianity, determining which pieces are timeless and need to be honored and kept, as well as those parts that clearly need to be left in their historical context – appreciated to some extent, but no longer key to our belief. February, being Bla…
 
Theology matters. What we believe manifests itself in what we do. If what we believe is off, what we end up doing will be off, too. Conventional Theology separates God from creation, quite literally, even if paradoxically. The creation poem found in the first chapter of Genesis has God creating the heavens and the earth out of a formless void – cha…
 
We are in the middle of a series based on Tom Oord’s book, Open and Relational Theology. Today we are going to talk about God’s power and control, which will quite naturally take us to the subject of evil and suffering as well. Should be a fun time. But first, a brief recap. The first week we talked about the idea of God being open. While we have a…
 
Last week we looked at the idea of God being open. While we have a lot of popular language that affirms the idea that God is unchanging, which we tend to equate with unshakable strength that can be relied upon, the idea comes with some problems. If God is unchanging, it means that the future is essentially fixed, which means we don’t have free will…
 
Synopsis: Why does openness matter? If God is not open to an unknown future, then we have no true freedom as everything has been predetermined. We are stuck on a ride we didn’t choose and can never get off. People use phrases that are based in predestination to explain things, to bring comfort: when people die it’s their appointed time; when people…
 
Monica was raped. Jimmy struggles with the threat of hell. Rochelle questions the relevance of prayer. Kyler and his husband, Gary, adopted baby girls and wonder what to teach them about God. Chad lost his wife, Jenny, to COVID-induced complications. I bet you really don’t need many more details about these stories to recognize that they represent …
 
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We began this Advent series recognizing that we human beings struggle with a tension when it comes to our understanding of God. We resonate with paradigms, but with time discover that every construct/metaphor has its limits, and we move into mystery – this is the dance between the kataphatic and the apophatic traditions. Part of this tension is on …
 
Some problems take time to sort out, some issues take a while to resolve. If we are lifelong learners, we can be confident that as we come to grips with new information and as our perspective changes with maturity, we will forever be in process. The process seems to be one where we construct ways of thinking, eventually deconstruct them as necessar…
 
The backdrop of the Christmas story is despair. The few hundred years before Jesus was born was considered to be a time when God was silent. No new words from God spoken through prophets were being announced or published. The state of Israel suggested that God had left the building: foreign oppressors ruled over them in their own land, and their Te…
 
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How many Christmases have you lived through? How has the meaning of Christmas changed for you over the course of your life? As we enter into another season of Advent (the waiting and anticipating of the birth of Jesus), what does it mean to you? Sometimes we get locked into a particular way of thinking about things. That’s not a bad thing. We need …
 
This Thanksgiving, I offer three resources for you that I hope will help you experience a deeper, more reflective, and theologically rich time of gratitude. Reading one or both of the writings below might be a great addition to include during your dinner. And I hope this video featuring scholar and writer Diana Butler Bass will help you rethink wha…
 
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