Category Archives: Faith Walk

Barnett Newman Made My Mom Cry

I can say with confidence that I remember little from my family’s trip to Washington DC when I was twelve, except for the moment when my mother entered a room in the National Gallery of Art and burst into tears … Continue reading

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I’m Going With Crazy

I want to offer you some radical ideas but before I do so, let me share with you where I’m at.  Physically I’m looking out at the winter sun highlighting my back porch with its peeling orange railing and a … Continue reading

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Where I’m From

With the turning of the leaves in this past Fall a dear friend and woman I respect greatly Kristyn Komarnicki gave me an assignment.  Well, she gave a number of us an assignment.  It was for those of us who … Continue reading

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How Shall We Sing the Lord’s Song in a Strange Land?

How Shall We Sing the Lord’s Song in a Strange Land? We crept up, watched a black man shovel dry burst of dirt into the air.  Engrossed, he didn’t see me till my friend hawked hard and then stepped out … Continue reading

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Why I left “Love Does” in the foosball table at Bedford Christian Camp

So listening to Steve Brown’s radio program a bit back:  http://stevebrownetc.com/, I heard an interview with Bob Goff.  Bob’s a good man with a big heart and a nice story teller to boot.  He’s even spoken at our chapel at … Continue reading

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Good Friday

The Thirty-Ninth Day, Good Friday Mark 15:46 And Joseph bought a linen shroud and, taking him down, wrapped him in the linen shroud and laid him in a tomb which had been hewn out of rock; and he rolled a … Continue reading

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