Monthly Archives: January 2017

Troubled Times

Rolling Stone┬ámagazine reported that on┬áMartin Luther King Jr. day, Green Day honored the civil rights leader as well as criticized President-elect Donald Trump in their new lyric video for “Troubled Times,” a track off their recent Revolution Radio. “Today we … Continue reading

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Let the Deep Currents Flow

“There was a time when I thought of my prayers as some kind of lottery. I might get lucky on a few of my scratch- board prayers and clock up a few ticks, as if I were checking God off … Continue reading

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Standing before Enigmas

I say to you, Blessed is he who exposes himself to an existence never brought under mastery, who does not transcend, but rather abandons himself to my ever-transcending grace. Blessed are not the enlightened whose every question has been answered … Continue reading

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“Image of the Wounded Healer”

In Henri Nouwen’s fine little book on “ministry,” he writes, “Maybe our fragmented life experiences combined with our sense of urgency do not allow for a ‘handbook for ministers.’ However, in the middle of all fragmentation one image slowly arose … Continue reading

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