• Blogs,  Dave Lenehan's Weekly Thoughts

    On The Job On 9-11

    On the morning of September 11, 2001, Father Mychal Judge was on duty. A Franciscan friar and Catholic priest, Judge served as Chaplain for the New York City Fire Department (FDNY).  According to reports, when Judge heard that the first tower of the World Trade Center was hit by a plane that fateful morning, he rushed to the site. He joined then New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who asked him to pray for the city and its victims.  Father Judge also stopped and prayed over the bodies of victims that were lying in the streets below the burning tower. 

  • Blogs,  Dave Lenehan's Weekly Thoughts


    By definition, grace is receiving what we don’t deserve. It’s fully lived out in God’s gift of his Son Jesus and Christ’s death and resurrection for our salvation.  But, have you also thought about grace as one of the prime…

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    On The Trinity

    When Chris Tomlin wrote the song entitled Indescribable, he was attempting to find the proper words to accurately portray the existential greatness of God. Undoubtedly, it was soon determined that mere words could not describe the true and glorious nature…

  • Poetry,  Vic Stanley

    Far Left

    Somehow ended up here Where they amazed to learn that I used to run crack Took G to cook it He took me down south Crooked paths through them Carolinas a straight shot

  • Blogs,  Dave Lenehan's Weekly Thoughts

    Unchanging God

    When someone keeps changing their mind about something – going in one direction and then switching back the other way over and over – we call them “fickle.”  If someone just cannot make up their mind about an issue or…