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I Eat Christ

“The yeses of resurrection and communion are about cultivating openness, imagination and gratitude for the presence of the Holy Spirit in our lives, without a predisposition to doing what always has been done and what is most convenient. It is about a spirit of adoption and not rejection.” This is the lesson taught to Kelly Gilmer by her 2-year old son’s passion for being included in the Service of the Eucharist at her Episcopal Church. Read this inspiring reflection on what it might mean to come before God as a little child on the website of Faith & Leadership, an offering of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.




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