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Daily Bread July 19

Opportunities to Deepen, Stretch, and Grow
Stephen M. Veazey, President of Community of Christ


God is our refuge and strength,
    a very present help in trouble.
Therefore we will not fear, though the earth should change,
    though the mountains shake in the heart of the sea;
though its waters roar and foam,
    though the mountains tremble with its tumult…
“Be still, and know that I am God!
    I am exalted among the nations,
    I am exalted in the earth.” -Psalm 46:1-3, 10

What is the greatest challenge facing the church? Let’s reframe the question: “What great opportunities are resident in the challenges facing the church?”

Within disruptive cultural and religious trends are many opportunities to be guided by the Holy Spirit as we reimagine ministry and church life for a new day. This essentially requires continuous discernment because of the accelerating rate of change.

Financial challenges create the opportunity to examine our relationship to money and to work together to discover additional capacity to meet both budget necessities and mission priorities.

Differences around morality issues are an opportunity to refine our common-consent-making skills as a diverse worldwide faith community that seeks to understand varied perspectives before deciding.

Continuing to explore what it means to be a church that pursues peace with a Temple dedicated to the pursuit of peace in violence-prone societies will birth new insights into Jesus’ message and vision for our lives.

Yes, we have many opportunities to deepen, stretch, and grow ourselves and this beloved church community. What we do with those opportunities this week and in the years ahead will reveal where we are on our journey of discerning, discovering, and living our identity as Community of Christ!

(Excerpt from “Discover Living Water,” World Conference 2019 Sermon https://www.cofchrist.org/common/cms/documents/World-Conference/Veazey-Sermon-SundayPM.pdf)

Prayer Phrase

I belong with all that lives.

Spiritual Practice

Deep Belonging

Take a deep breath and pay attention to the web of relationships that sustain your life right now. Remember the people who have formed you. Consider the nourishing food and drink that come to you from the planet. Notice all the lives that touched everything that surrounds you. Offer a prayer of gratitude for connection and belonging with God and all creation.

Today’s Prayer for Peace

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Daily Bread July 15

A Gift of Awakening
Katie Harmon-McLaughlin of Independence, MO, USA


“How long will you judge unjustly
    and show partiality to the wicked?
Give justice to the weak and the orphan;
    maintain the right of the lowly and the destitute.
Rescue the weak and the needy;
    deliver them from the hand of the wicked.”
Rise up, O God, judge the earth;
    for all the nations belong to you! -Psalm 82:2-4, 8

It was late in the evening and we were on our way home with a sleeping toddler in the car when I remembered that we were out of milk. Anticipating the drama of a morning without milk for my daughter, I suggested to my husband that we should stop at the grocery store.

I scurried through the aisles to get milk and a few other essentials. As I made my way to the front of the store, I was greeted by two very long lines. With my family waiting in the car, I felt the itch of impatience begin within me. I chose a line and eventually was able to set down my items on the conveyor belt. After a few minutes, I realized that we weren’t moving. I watched as the other line started moving at a rapid pace while my line was at a standstill. With my groceries already lined up on the belt and people behind me, I was stuck!

The woman in front of me was going through her receipt in detail with the cashier, making sure every item was the price she had anticipated. She believed it was off a few dollars. I tapped my foot and tried to distract myself by texting my husband to express my irritation at the delay. “Let’s just start over,” the cashier suggested. She took all her items out of the bags in her cart and he rang her up again. She watched vigilant as each item’s price appeared on the screen. When she was satisfied with the price, she paid with her debit card, which was declined twice. Just as I was about to let out an obnoxious, let’s-get-this-moving sigh, she lamented, “I know I have $60 in my account. I don’t know why this is happening!”

With deep humility, I suddenly realized that she cared so much about the price of every item because she needed every penny. She was buying groceries with only $60 in her checking account. I don’t know her whole story, but my impatience transformed to compassion. An inner stillness opened within me that could accept why a quick trip to the grocery store was taking a little longer. I realized that I had hardly noticed the price of the items I picked up because I had plenty of money to buy the groceries I needed for my family. I was consuming carelessly and quickly. I also noticed, for the first time, the quality of the cashier and his nonjudgmental presence with this woman as he patiently responded and did what was needed to help her.

Sometimes I am absorbed with my own life and expect convenience and ease. Disruptions to our normal patterns can be a gift of awakening. With a shift of perspective, I was able to see the sacred worth of the woman before me, the cashier who was helping her, and examine my own careless consumption habits. Even impatience in the grocery line can be a holy encounter.

Prayer Phrase

I belong with all that lives.

Spiritual Practice

Deep Belonging

Take a deep breath and pay attention to the web of relationships that sustain your life right now. Remember the people who have formed you. Consider the nourishing food and drink that come to you from the planet. Notice all the lives that touched everything that surrounds you. Offer a prayer of gratitude for connection and belonging with God and all creation.

Today’s Prayer for Peace

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Daily Bread July 11

Wholeness of Body, Mind, and Spirit
Terry Flowers of Independence, MO, USA


You are the light of the world. A city built on a hill cannot be hid. No one after lighting a lamp puts it under the bushel basket, but on the lampstand, and it gives light to all in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father in heaven. -Matthew 5:14-16

As I think about what wholeness means I can’t help but reflect upon the life and ministry of Jesus. When we read the gospels we learn that Jesus healed the blind, the lame, the leper. Yes, they were physically made whole, but was that all? Were they also healed emotionally, psychologically, and spiritually?

When I was practicing as a pharmacist before retirement, I saw many patients come and go who became physically well. There were other patients that received not only a physical healing but also emotional and psychological healing. What was the difference? In the cases in which patients were made whole in body, mind, and spirit, there was more to their care than the medical treatment. There was also the support of family and friends. In addition to support of family and friends, the medical providers were also caring and supportive beyond giving physical care.

It seems that to be made whole, really whole, we need to be cared for beyond the physical. We need emotional and psychological and spiritual support as well. I am no longer in practice in the pharmacy profession, but I hope I can always be ready and able to provide the support of love to all I meet. I believe it is through love that we find wholeness for others and ourselves. I also believe it was through love that Jesus brought wholeness to those in need.

Prayer Phrase

I belong with all that lives.

Spiritual Practice

Deep Belonging

Take a deep breath and pay attention to the web of relationships that sustain your life right now. Remember the people who have formed you. Consider the nourishing food and drink that come to you from the planet. Notice all the lives that touched everything that surrounds you. Offer a prayer of gratitude for connection and belonging with God and all creation.

Today’s Prayer for Peace

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Daily Bread July 07

Discover Joy in Sharing
Robin Linkhart, Council of Twelve Apostles


After this the Lord appointed seventy others and sent them on ahead of him in pairs to every town and place where he himself intended to go. He said to them, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore ask the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest. Go on your way. See, I am sending you out like lambs into the midst of wolves. Carry no purse, no bag, no sandals; and greet no one on the road. Whatever house you enter, first say, ‘Peace to this house!’ And if anyone is there who shares in peace, your peace will rest on that person; but if not, it will return to you. Remain in the same house, eating and drinking whatever they provide, for the laborer deserves to be paid. Do not move about from house to house. Whenever you enter a town and its people welcome you, eat what is set before you; cure the sick who are there, and say to them, ‘The kingdom of God has come near to you.’ -Luke 10:1-9

I was a seventy called to serve in a place I had never lived. Many seekers were reaching out online, searching for a spiritual home. In our connections with a few people we saw significant possibility, but the details of how to transform potential into tangible expressions of God’s love and invitation seemed elusive. There was no map detailing the road ahead. I must admit there were times I completely identified with being sent out “like lambs into the midst of wolves” as described in Luke 10 when Jesus sends the seventy.

I was, however, confident of God’s call to mission and continued to receive affirming witness that this was where the church should be. I leaned heavily on the promise found in Matthew 28, “I am with you always, to the end of the age.” I could not see the road ahead, but I was confident that God would provide enough light for the next step. Step by step, I went on my way.

Jesus’ instructions to the seventy served me well: share words of peace; remain with the people; pray for the sick; eat together; allow the good news of God’s reign to flow naturally in the sacred space of relationships born.

I spent time with the people and listened. I attended a women’s forum hosted at the local university. I agreed to be interviewed on a podcast about female ordination and Community of Christ’s journey. I began to meet people who wanted to know more, and I explored ways to create safe space and invite others to share.

When I allowed myself to rest in the promise of God’s presence and invite people to share at table, I discovered the mystery of love incarnate in the simple act of breaking bread and listening as people shared the stories of their lives with me. Together we discovered the joy in sharing our true selves and exploring the path forward. For many, that path has led them to the spiritual home their soul yearned for: Community of Christ.

Prayer Phrase

I belong with all that lives.

Spiritual Practice

Deep Belonging

Take a deep breath and pay attention to the web of relationships that sustain your life right now. Remember the people who have formed you. Consider the nourishing food and drink that come to you from the planet. Notice all the lives that touched everything that surrounds you. Offer a prayer of gratitude for connection and belonging with God and all creation.

Today’s Prayer for Peace

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Daily Bread July 01

A Temple of Peace
Everett Graffeo of Blue Springs, MO, USA


Who is wise and understanding among you? Show by your good life that your works are done with gentleness born of wisdom…. But the wisdom from above is first pure, then peaceable, gentle, willing to yield, full of mercy and good fruits, without a trace of partiality or hypocrisy. And a harvest of righteousness is sown in peace for those who make peace. -James 3:13, 17-18

A Temple of Peace
The home of the people!
People kneel and pray
Before the Altar of Forgiveness
Brothers, sisters, sing and dance,
Voices blend with joy in unknown languages,
Sounds of laughter and clapping spiral upward!
Barriers bow to Nim-we-bo ba Yahweh!
Organ’s Voice rises to join the song of the people.
The collective heart beats to the rhythm of the drums.
The mystery of silence opens darker corners of the soul.
Men, women, youth, and children
feet, hands, minds, and hearts
join in covenant relationship.
chanting, dancing,
living, sharing,
joying, celebrating!
Being
Emmanuel
God with Us!
Hallelujah!

(Written at the 25th anniversary service of celebration of the Independence Temple of Community of Christ, April 6, 2019)

Prayer Phrase

I belong with all that lives.

Spiritual Practice

Deep Belonging

Take a deep breath and pay attention to the web of relationships that sustain your life right now. Remember the people who have formed you. Consider the nourishing food and drink that come to you from the planet. Notice all the lives that touched everything that surrounds you. Offer a prayer of gratitude for connection and belonging with God and all creation.

Today’s Prayer for Peace

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Daily Bread June 30

When God’s People Gather
Grace Andrews of Independence, MO, USA


“We gather together to ask the Lord’s blessing.” -Ruth Duck, “We Gather Together,” \xc2\xa9 Ruth Duck, Community of Christ Sings 127

The church has always been a huge part of my life, but I vividly remember when I was privileged to be present at the groundbreaking of the Temple in Independence, Missouri, 25 years ago. With other employees touring the beginning construction of the Temple, we all wore hard hats. I was filled with amazement as we walked behind the huge organ pipes being installed. I daily witnessed the Temple come to life in all its beauty. The combined talents and thought and monetary gifts that made possible the creation of the worshiper’s path, the large windows, the fountain of living water, the World Plaza, and spaces for offices and classrooms was awe inspiring. I found myself in constant wonderment when it was completed and I was able to enter the Temple each day and walk to my assigned office space. To see the Japanese gardeners daily create the beautiful garden below my office was an unforgettable experience.

I was overjoyed to be a very minute part of the workforce assisting with Conference preparations each year. Working at the Temple was an enormous blessing for me. It was a thrill for me to serve among those on the rostrum and look out over that sea of people singing their hearts out. The flags coming into the Auditorium Chamber from various nations and countries never failed to fill my heart with inexplicable joy, and I choked back tears as they and their representatives left to return to their homelands on the last day. The many hugs given and received from various ones with whom we had loved and labored in many places where we have lived were irreplaceable. And there was peace.

But life circumstances sometimes prevent us from doing that which we hope for or have enjoyed and appreciated. I was unable to attend World Conference this year. However, my thoughts were still alive with what was so much a part of my life: the people, the singing, the camaraderie, the renewing of faces and lives from many places and times in the past.

Through all of this, I do not feel sorry for myself as I am grateful beyond words to have been a part of this grand experience for so many years. Rather, I am aware of those who have only dreamed of being among that body of people and never had that opportunity. I am poignantly mindful of those who cannot attend because of physical ailments or financial constraints. I pray that the ministries of the Temple will go out for each one as they gather and are blessed by God’s Spirit, whether here or in the many congregations of worship.

Prayer Phrase

The kingdom of God is among you (Luke 17:21).

Spiritual Practice

Ordinary Time is a season for waking up to what is already here, to the kingdom of God already among us. Spend time each day breathing in the presence of God wherever you are. Notice how simple interactions, tasks, and relationships are sacred opportunities to share and receive God’s love, justice, and peace. Pay attention to the sacred quality of everyday, ordinary life. How is the kingdom of God seeking to be embodied through you each day?

Today’s Prayer for Peace

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Daily Bread June 26

Connecting in the Spirit
Janet Irby of Redmond, WA, USA


The days are surely coming, says the Lord, when I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel and the house of Judah. But this is the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel after those days, says the Lord: I will put my law within them, and I will write it on their hearts; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people. -Jeremiah 31:31, 33b

The door of the two-story townhouse opened, and the front room was filled with the Diaz family and friends. They invited me in. The women sat on the chairs and couches, the children ran up and down the staircase, and some of the men huddled on the tiny patio. After greeting my friends Jeremias, Exida, and son Rony, I moved quickly to the grieving mother, Dilma. Her daughter, Oyuky, had just died at the age of 13, and her burial was on June 27, 2006. It was nine days after her death, and in the Guatemalan tradition, Dilma and her husband had invited friends and family to a memorial party.

I hugged Dilma and expressed my condolences. She seemed serene and asked me if I would provide a prayer during the gathering. With my poor Spanish, we talked; and I realized that the family wanted me to be the “minister” for the event. At that point, I began to panic and wish our bilingual minister, Andy Shelton, was there. However, he had had a conflict and couldn’t come. So I asked if anyone in the house had a Bible. When someone came up with it, I was so nervous that I asked a relative to read Psalm 123, not 23, which was the one I wanted.

I began to collect my thoughts and asked Jeremias to translate for me. I figured I might be able to compose an impromptu prayer in Spanish, but beyond that, not a sermon or any extended comments. After people visited a bit, I was asked to invite the men in from the patio. And so I stumbled into a totally new experience, unprepared and limited by my language.

I remember welcoming the group and then asking for the reading. As the woman began to read, I realized that the Spanish was not the 23rd Psalm. But it was too late to stop her. She was reading a “confession” that did not fit the occasion-“have mercy on us, oh Lord…for we are exceedingly filled with contempt.” Boy, was I dismayed. Then when I gave my prayer I confused “damos” and “danos.” Instead of saying “give us peace,” I said, “we give peace.”

While I was honored to be the minister, I was totally embarrassed by my “performance.” Everyone acted as if what I did was fine, but I wondered what they really thought. However, I knew at some level how important this experience was, and I felt the good Spirit that was present no matter what faux pas I committed. I valued the close relationship I had with the family. And I learned humility and appreciation of Guatemalan customs.

Prayer Phrase

The kingdom of God is among you (Luke 17:21).

Spiritual Practice

Ordinary Time is a season for waking up to what is already here, to the kingdom of God already among us. Spend time each day breathing in the presence of God wherever you are. Notice how simple interactions, tasks, and relationships are sacred opportunities to share and receive God’s love, justice, and peace. Pay attention to the sacred quality of everyday, ordinary life. How is the kingdom of God seeking to be embodied through you each day?

Today’s Prayer for Peace

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Daily Bread June 25

They
Deb Crowley of Urbandale, IA, USA


Collectively and individually, you are loved with an everlasting love that delights in each faithful step taken. God yearns to draw you close so that wounds may be healed, emptiness filled, and hope strengthened. -Doctrine and Covenants 163:10a

How I wish I could will the word “they” out of existence at times!

It’s so easy to love, share our resources with, sacrifice for, and extend grace to family members and extended family members. It’s not so difficult to expand our care to others in our sphere of influence, those whose faces we know and connect with. For the most part, we understand circumstances surrounding their choices and give folks near and dear to us some “wiggle room” or grace. Our hearts see the Christ in their eyes and hearts, and we understand they are loved unconditionally.

But do we ever notice, as the circle expands and faces become less visible, that it’s easier to judge or blame or criticize? It’s harder to see Christ in the eyes of a politician arguing a position with which we disagree on the senate floor or become suspicious of decisions of church leaders struggling to decide how to keep the church financially viable while congregations struggle to keep their own doors open. Or see Christ in the eyes of a gun advocate when innocent children have been gunned down in school.

The further our circle widens and the harder it becomes to see Christ in the eyes of the “other,” the easier it is to label them as “they”! “They” are just caving in to big money; “they” do not empathize with our congregation’s situation; “they” are crazy to support gun ownership when so many innocent lives are lost! The “they” list goes on and on.

I’ve been (and probably continue to be) one of the “they”! And I’ve been one to label “they” when decisions seem unreasonable or disagreeable to me.

But we are reminded that, in Christ’s realm, we do not live in a “they” world. It’s “us” and “we.” All are of worth; all are called; we are community. The love we have for our close circle of family and friends is the love Christ calls us to have for the “they” in our lives.

Experience of being a “they” has helped me tremendously to understand the importance of not jumping to quick conclusions, looking not just at one side or two of an issue, but as many sides as possible to get a clearer picture of another’s choices or actions.

To see Christ in the eyes of those we cannot see, but know Christ resides there; to show compassion to those who express harshness and hate; to generously share time, talent, treasure, testimony with those who seem to take and take and take; to sacrifice self for one who may never appreciate the act. To love the “they” in the world because all are God’s children. This is my prayer. Amen.

Prayer Phrase

The kingdom of God is among you (Luke 17:21).

Spiritual Practice

Ordinary Time is a season for waking up to what is already here, to the kingdom of God already among us. Spend time each day breathing in the presence of God wherever you are. Notice how simple interactions, tasks, and relationships are sacred opportunities to share and receive God’s love, justice, and peace. Pay attention to the sacred quality of everyday, ordinary life. How is the kingdom of God seeking to be embodied through you each day?

Today’s Prayer for Peace

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Daily Bread June 21

Praise
Katie Harmon-McLaughlin of Independence, MO, USA


The Lord will guide you continually,
   and satisfy your needs in parched places,
   and make your bones strong;
and you shall be like a watered garden,
   like a spring of water,
   whose waters never fail.
12 Your ancient ruins shall be rebuilt;
   you shall raise up the foundations of many generations;
you shall be called the repairer of the breach,
   the restorer of streets to live in. -Isaiah 58:11-12

Everything in me
comes alive
As I listen to
Bird song drifting
Along morning breeze
And gaze upon
Buds gently breaking open
Into blossoms of promise.
All these branches
Of newborn leaves
a mighty chorus
As wind rushes through.

I exhale.
It is a relief to watch
Life happen

That I do not control.
I sip coffee and send gratitude
To the old trees with deep roots
That gift me with breath and
I feel unfathomably rich
In the simplicity of all that is
Here, now.

Less striving,
More contentment-
Is my desire-
Less clinging,
More beholding.

I am finally beginning to understand
The meaning of the word
Praise.

Prayer Phrase

The kingdom of God is among you (Luke 17:21).

Spiritual Practice

Ordinary Time is a season for waking up to what is already here, to the kingdom of God already among us. Spend time each day breathing in the presence of God wherever you are. Notice how simple interactions, tasks, and relationships are sacred opportunities to share and receive God’s love, justice, and peace. Pay attention to the sacred quality of everyday, ordinary life. How is the kingdom of God seeking to be embodied through you each day?

Today’s Prayer for Peace

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Daily Bread June 17

Be Not Afraid (Part 1)
Joann Condit of Phoenix, AZ, USA


Therefore, since we are justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom we have obtained access to this grace in which we stand; and we boast in our hope of sharing the glory of God. -Romans 5:1-2

No one wants to hear, “There is an anomaly in your mammogram. It is one centimeter in length. An ultrasound appointment has been made for you Monday at the Breast Health Research Center at 10:00 a.m.”

I presented my anxious self at the research center as directed, very aware in the depths of my being that my mother had died of breast cancer at the age of 65. Her younger sister was also a victim of this disease. Our oldest daughter is a 16-year survivor herself. At the age of 84, I had ceased to be particularly worried on my own behalf, but I really did not want to meet this appointment. I give daily thanks that Clay was not only willing to accompany me, but insisted that he be there to support me.

When I reached the second floor, I stood in awe just inside the door. It was beautiful! The paintings, furnishings, and vibrant flower arrangements were touched with shades of pink, as were the uniforms of the smiling staff.

Ushered back to the dressing rooms, I again found myself astonished. No paper or limp, cloth gowns for us. No, we were given spa robes. The chairs were suited for large, tall, average, or women like me with short legs. The magazines were current, and placed on a table was a dish loaded with chocolate chocolate-chip cookies!

Ushered into the ultrasound room, I was asked to lie on the table. My eyes were caught instantly by what appeared to be a large, four-paned skylight in the ceiling. The blue sky was brushed with small clouds and was viewed through what appeared to be sprays of cherry blossoms. It was so real I found my tense shoulder relaxing during the procedure.

Before long the technician asked the resident radiologist to come in. They conferred for some time before he left, and I was told to get dressed and that someone would come to take me to his office. By then, the dread was back, heavy in my chest. I was told to return in two days for a biopsy, because the image appeared to be a cancer “highly unusual for a woman of your age.”

We were at least three blocks away from the center before I could tell Clay what was going on. Of course, we had to tell our three daughters, and be positive and reassuring for them. We didn’t talk much that day, but I could feel the ball of fear and tears growing larger in my chest. We went to bed quite early, although I woke up frequently with a feeling of dread circling in my mind. When I awoke the last time, I heard distinctly in my head the words of an old hymn by Fanny J. Crosby. “God will take care of you, be not afraid; He is your safeguard through sunshine and shade.” All fear left me at that moment and did not return throughout the remainder of this particular episode in my life. The absolute assurance of God’s care for his creation has accompanied me.

Prayer Phrase

The kingdom of God is among you (Luke 17:21).

Spiritual Practice

Ordinary Time is a season for waking up to what is already here, to the kingdom of God already among us. Spend time each day breathing in the presence of God wherever you are. Notice how simple interactions, tasks, and relationships are sacred opportunities to share and receive God’s love, justice, and peace. Pay attention to the sacred quality of everyday, ordinary life. How is the kingdom of God seeking to be embodied through you each day?

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