Just after my two and a half weeks of driving in Malawi, I was talking with Cleve McIntosh, a South African country doctor who has studied with Richard Rohr at the Center for Action and Contemplation in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Read more about The Tao has no gate
I had an extended religious experience driving in Malawi. It only dawned on me after several days of driving what I was experiencing. Trying to remember, understand and write about it, some previous experiences of strangers and crowds made new sense. The experience was persistent but quiet. Read more about Driving in Malawi
I was at my office sorting through books and papers, gear and artifacts when the plumber called. We’re closing the office at the end of June when I formally retire and begin to draw my pension from Church Pension. My office is across the street from St. Read more about Garbage disposal meditations on retirement
What is it we’re really doing together in church?
Actually what do we think we’re doing together in any human community or collaborating group?
How do we find our God-given humanity in community? Read more about Singing the Lord's Song
Why is most Christian worship still so far from the talk of Jesus, whose Aramaic tongue said 'rejoice' by using the verb 'to dance?' Once dance and worship were married; now they go to church together rarely and keep separate friends. Read more about Jesus Wants to Dance with You at Church