Nail me. I’ll nail it.
In order to become something useful or beautiful, that pile of wood has to go through a transformative process that only a true woodworker understands. And for this craftsman, that process becomes very personal, with the wood an extension or representation of myself, going through life, going from a pile of wood, to becoming something beautiful and useful.
It’s June 16 – just past halfway through Pride Month 2017. If you are a Facebook friend of mine, you’ve … More
I’m a bathroom reader. My own bathroom is well-stocked with reading materials, and I’m always pleased when I use a … More
To start the new year, one of things my church is doing is having each of us pull a star … More
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 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.