Tag Archives: brotherhood

Tender Matters

It has been said that one should contribute to a conversation only if you can add something new or different to the dialogue. I have spent the past four years listening and querying others about their journey of faith and … Continue reading

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Pairs of Company

So, I have been taking photos as of late and a little theme has begun to take shape.  I realize I’m often taking photos of relationships of one kind or another and they’ve turned into some nice little photos (with … Continue reading

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Samwise Gamgee

So over the past two months I have been chewing through the “Lord of the Rings” movies. As I was in the theater, I was struck (as I think many were) by the character of Samwise Gamgee.  In speaking about … Continue reading

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“A Bigger World Yet” was on Amazon.

AN UPDATE TO THE POST BELOW!: You can purchase a paper copy of the book here for $14.95: http://www.lulu.com/shop/tim-timmerman/a-bigger-world-yet-faith-brotherhood-and-same-sex-needs/paperback/product-20469862.html (Amazon does not have everything by the way… some entrepreneur with little integrity has printed off books through Lulu at $14.95 … Continue reading

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A Leap Into the Abyss

Well, it’s time for me to open up to you what has been on my heart for a long time.  For over the past four and a half years with the help of some wise individuals in my community I … Continue reading

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How Good and Pleasant it is.

Psalm 133 (NIV version) 1 How good and pleasant it is when brothers live together in unity! 2 It is like precious oil poured on the head, running down on the beard, running down on Aaron’s beard, down upon the … Continue reading

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The Friendship Portrait, and a Requiem for Friendship

While at the Louvre this past May I was very happy to come upon one of Raphael’s friendship portraits that I discovered years prior.  Seems that in the 16th century, it was a common practice for friends to get their … Continue reading

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