Embracing the Royalty

God created each of us
    in the divine image.
Go outward, act and love in
just such a time as this (1) with a
heightened sense of God.

We commit to live faithfully,
    embracing the royalty within
       ourselves and others.      

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(1) Direct phrases in this element come from the New Revised Standard Version. New Revised Standard Version, copyright © 2009 by, Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America.  

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Tim is a former early childhood educator, a runner, a hiker, a devoted husband, father of two adult children, their spouses, and a grandfather of four perfect children. Tim is an ordained minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Tim has served as pastor of both Disciples and United Church of Christ congregations. As we enter what we hope is the final phase of the pandemic, Tim is beginning a journey of rediscovering himself and discerning next steps. He writes from his home in Albany, Oregon and wherever the Spirit lures him.

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