Reflections on a great Book, that became a movie, that gets quoted in a famous TV show, that blew my little mind.
Sundays story of the 10 Commandments, housed in Richard Rohr’s wisdom of needing a goad to kick against…
In our concluding paragraphs the stories turn to death, and the prophetic urgency laid upon all of us to address it ahead of time
Conversation with Norm asks “what is different between spirituality and religion?”Also, ridiculousness
Part two and we get talking about Boundaries in chaplaincy and in the parish
The head of Spiritual Services for a city hospital talks to me about chaplaincy. I know him well…
comments on the Great Crossing, our following or leading, and our part both in Liberation as well as Captivity
Further conversation along the road leads us to active life in a faith community and the changes following WWII
The conclusion of my conversation with my Dad leads to his great hope for the youth, and thoughts about permanence
This is the first of three episodes about my favorite Nonagenarian. We cover early childhood up to his volunteering for World War II
The conclusion of my conversation with Mark, about conversion, daughters, love, and of course another Whitworth story:
Part two of our conversation in Eugene OR about family and faith.
Some alternatives to God’s blood thirsty reputation in traditional understanding. Including Reformed thought from the 1500s
Sunday’s Exodus account of the Passover and its ties to the Crucifixion. AND an entirely different way to think about it all…
the strangest verse of Exodus. Maybe it should be the central Evangelism story?
The Call of Moses at the Bush in Exodus Chapter 3 launches a congregational conversation about our own experiences of The Other – with some help from a Philosophy textbook…
Meditation on the first Moses, who set the example for the Second we follow. And the most unsuspected teaching on Resurrection you will hear all year…
Our fall journey begins with two women who say no.
What goes up, optimistic:
must come down…
For me, the start of #BigTent2017 was some of the most powerful of all…
Part 4 – A Friday evening of a glorious few days in St. Louis. A field trip to First Presbyterian of Ferguson, MO – Michael Brown’s hometown
That’s a long title for some fun romping around on a 50th Anniversary
SIDE A: The concept, and what the Trinity has to do with it:
SIDE B: The personalities, and what we might have to do with it:
SIDE C: finishing up with the The Best Song From the Most Influential Album of All Time by the Best Band of All time:
Some surprising late May hiking
finding our Way and “erring”
The real reason for wandering…