An unexpected, but wonderful byproduct of writing words into the internet, has been the relationships that this has opened up around the world. Many of these are dear, precious Family to me, and among all the many things I am thankful for, these are certainly included. One such friend . . .
Archives for November 2014
Ferguson, and its fallout, has bothered me more than just about every other cultural event in recent years. Around 100 days ago, I became gripped to its story, images and characters. Several nights in a row were spent, eyes glued to Twitter (because anyone who knows, knows that any . . .
As I think back upon my life, and spiritual journey, it is not a stretch to say that a majority of any fruitfulness can be traced to Seeds of Sisters that were planted in me: I can remember from my earliest years, as a boy, running into the room where my Great-Grandmother, Granny, . . .