How the Church Dropped the Ball

I mentioned in our Facebook group that Lisa and I went to church on Sunday. We went for a couple of reasons. 1. I love renaissance church music and was hoping to hear some. Nope. 2. We are trying to find ways to connect with other people. Nope. It is a high Anglican...

Letter: Everything is Assimilated

I spent the day yesterday with two friends of mine, Brad Jersak and Peter Fitch, both theologians. Brad lives out in western Canada but comes to St. Stephen’s University every semester to teach crash courses. He was out this way and actually asked me to come and join...

Letter: Is it possible to like them again?

On Saturday Lisa and I, along with my sister, my brother-in-law, and our 3 nephews, went to the local Farmers’ Market. It was a beautiful day and crowded with people. There was a steel drum band playing. The smell of fresh food being made was in the air. Lots of arts...
Sophia: Solitary

Sophia: Solitary

I abandoned everyone. I therefore felt abandoned. Because I was. I became solitary. Like a hermit. Solitude is lonely. It’s supposed to be. But sometimes the loneliness is felt so severely like a cold fog seeping into the marrow of your bones. But solitude and...