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sinners & saints newsletter: may 31 – june 6

28 May 2010 1 June 2010 Changing Seasons Memorial Day has come and gone, and with graduation just around the corner Summer is swiftly approaching. As I have shared here previously, Summer brings a few exciting changes for us. First, our weekly Ramen Nights at Lounjin will be changing to once a month, the first … Continue reading

about that broken pipe

Now that we’ve had a little space to enjoy functional plumbing, we’re ready to talk about the event referred to in the Klug household as ‘poop-a-palooza 2010’. Most of you heard about the broken sewer pipe in the front yard, but unless you’ve dug around in your own feces, it’s hard to appreciate the sheer … Continue reading

Sinners & Saints Newsletter: March 22-28, 2010

23 March 2010 Celebrating New Beginnings A few weeks ago in the midst of our community discussions regarding our denominational status, I turned to the people present and said “I’m really proud of you.” They tried to laugh it off, wondering how a handful of people in a Seattle living room could do something that … Continue reading

photos around seattle

Since Alan acquired the camera to end all cameras, I’ve inherited his old point and shoot Canon Powershot SD600. Lil’ C (Little Canon), as I like to call it, is small enough to fit into my purse, and powerful enough to take some decent shots. Here are a few of my walking around shots with … Continue reading

Sinners and Saints Newsletter: Jan 31 – Feb 6

After a week in Denver and a renovation party at U-Studios, I hope you’re as excited as I am to continue our journey through the book of Luke. We will be meeting Tuesday at Lounjin at 7:00 pm. Join us for cake and conversation, even if you haven’t made it out before. Also, we’ll be … Continue reading

Sinners and Saints Newsletter: Jan 24-30

January 25, 2010 Greetings Friends, I’m writing tonight from the lobby of a hotel in downtown Denver where over a thousand folks from our denomination (the Evangelical Covenant Church) are gathered for our annual pastor’s gathering called “Midwinter”. We’re here to learn and recharge together, to hear what God is up to all over the … Continue reading

people of the resurrection

This past week has been a blur.  For the first time, we decided to host a service of some sort during each night of Holy Week at Quest, including a wonderful Seder dinner (GREAT job Jeff and Jen Roach and C-Group) on Maundy Thursday.  Following yesterday’s Easter Service at Whittier Elementary, a once-yearly opportunity to … Continue reading

like coffee for seattle

Coffee in Seattle is as ubiquitous as cheesesteaks in Philly, or beans in Boston. We’re notorious for our snobbish obsession with the perfect $4.00 (or more!) espresso drink, and claim to know the difference, by aroma and taste, between a Kenyan sumatra and a nice varietal from El Salvador. As one firmly entrenched in the … Continue reading

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wife, partner, daughter, and sister. traveler on the journey of faith. rage against the machiner. sometimes pastor.


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