To start the new year, one of things my church is doing is having each of us pull a star … More
Those of you who know me or follow my blog know I was disappointed with Tuesday’s election. I thought then … More
I’ve got three half-written blog drafts in my box, because I keep thinking “I’m going to write something that’s not … More
I have to be honest; I’ve never liked this carol much. Good King Wenceslas looked out, on the Feast of … More
So. Several things are on my mind. First (and second, and third), this summer has wrought HUGE changes to our … More
I am not an athlete. I’ve known it most of my life. My high school physical education coach confirmed it, … More
Some of you who know me have heard my rant on Alanis Morisette’s 1996 hit, “Ironic”, where she sings about … More
If you have ALL of the answers to EVERYTHING, it’s not really ‘faith’ anymore, is it? And even if you think you have all of the answers (bless your heart), please don’t think that you have all of MY answers. Because you don’t. And neither does Ted Cruz.
Today I will let others’ words speak: From this morning’s episode of “On Being“, with Krista Tippett: The Summer Day Mary … More
We will always need (and therefore find) someone or something to blame.
Pretty much every model of Christian thought I have sat under has happily fed my view that “The Kingdom of God” is mostly a place that is not here, in a time that is not yet.
I make no claim on having “arrived” at anything other than to say I have been elsewhere and now am here.
I make no claim of being more correct than another in theology or orthodoxy, and in no way will I intend to belittle or judge anyone else’s theology, orthodoxy, or lack thereof.
Who I am today is still a work in progress. I think I’ve finally realized I will always be in progress, and accepting that is freeing me to sit at my laptop and tell you (and myself) where I’ve been and where I am, even if that means admitting I DON’T HAVE IT ALL FIGURED OUT.