What you say

Thursday, March 15th. The 23rd day of Lent. Have you noticed that whatever you say about the world has a tendency to come true in your life and in the lives of the people you...

Back to the Body part 5

Wednesday, March 7th. The 15th day of Lent. I apologize for the length of this. But I started this thing, so I guess I'll try and finish it. It took me four months to get through...

Scripture, Tradition, Reason

Sunday, March 18th. The fourth Sunday of Lent. This morning Jeanene and I were attending the beginners' class at Saint Luke's. It's a simple course on the Episcopal Church that is taught periodically for people...

Our Verger

Thursday, March 22nd. The 30th day of Lent. The first Sunday I was at Saint Luke's, I paid attention to all the people processing up and down the aisles. Episcopalians are big on procession. The...

Hamstring and writing update

Tuesday, April 3rd. The 42nd day of Lent. First the Hamstring. For those who didn't read my previous post, after almost a year of vigorous exercise and dieting, I was feeling pretty good about myself and...

Two things

Today is the twenty-sixth day of Lent. If you are part of a religion or spiritual tradition with a bible, scriptures, traditions, steps, or any sort of received wisdom, you should embrace your tradition's teachings...

Sunday Means Softball. With the Episcopalians.

Friday, March 23rd. The 31st day of Lent. It's a fascinating thing to try and make your way into the culture of a church. For years I watched this from the inside. Because who is...

I never gave my mind away

Saturday, March 17th. The 25th day of Lent. I never gave my mind to the Church. Never. Even when I was a small boy and every adult that meant something to me was some sort...

Bad Worship was Bad but Surprisingly Good

Tuesday, March 13th. The 21st day of Lent. A few weeks ago I slipped into a worship service on a weeknight at a church that is not one I frequent. I thought it was going...

Artisan Dream

Today is the eleventh day of Lent. It would need to be metal, this thing that I would be an expert at repairing. And completely mechanical. There would be a power source and then one...