Archive for May, 2016

C.S. Lewis On the Threshold of a Mystery

Wednesday, May 25th, 2016

The following is the meditation I gave during this past Sunday’s Evensong service. ******* This is the beginning of a new series I am introducing for our time of meditation called, They Still Speak, where the meditation I offer will be primarily comprised of a voice from the past whose living faith still speaks to […]

Why A Friend Is Suing Me

Wednesday, May 4th, 2016

I’ve read about incidents like the one expressed in the article I linked below, and I’ve resisted sharing them or participating in the brouhaha that surrounds such issues and events, because I don’t like getting near the vitriol that too often attends how people engage and process issues related to sex, gender, and identity politics. […]

Templing In Jesus’ Word

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016

The following is my reflection from this past Sunday’s Evensong service. ******* Hear these words from Brother Lawrence, a 17th century monk whose sage words on the spiritual life posthumously became a book titled The Practice of the Presence of God: He does not ask much of us, merely a thought of Him from time […]