Sermon #3. Ideally, we'll get a recording of the second one, one of these days...
I was loved as a child. I know I was fortunate in this, and I think I even knew it then. I was loved by my family, I mean, which I suspect is the main thing, in childhood. I had a little more trouble at school, though, and somewhere along the way I picked up…Read more The Like of God
My friend Eileen wrote a well-stated response to my last post, about why it can be so hard to look back on our lives and create a Life Map: Revisiting the sometimes damaging choices others have inflicted on us, and even the poor choices we have made ourselves, can be genuinely painful. I suspect this…Read more Instantaneous Process
The Pilgrimage is taking the next step! For almost a year now (with maybe a few weeks off interspersing, so I could write new studies) the Online Spiritual Formation Group has been reading the Bible together in a private Facebook group, sometimes "discussing" (in the comments) what we read. We've talked about the Pilgrim Psalms…Read more Stepping into the Story
I'm fairly certain the least consistently redeemed aspect of my personality is the part of me that feels a compulsion to correct things--primarily people's grammar, spelling, pronunciation, punctuation, and general word usage. Example: recently a professional peer of mine sent me some glowing feedback, at the end of which she said, "you have literally gifted…Read more Literally
Actually, I don't know that much about the hilarity of Heaven, but it sounded like a thing. In fact, I believe it is a thing, contrary to what some of you may have supposed I thought, after you read last week's post. I should probably state clearly, while this blog is still relatively new, that I have not the ability,…Read more The Hilarity of Heaven