Tag: christian

A Contemplative Pace

Have you ever felt like the world is moving faster than is comfortable? Have you ever gotten to the end of a normal day and felt like you need a week to recover? Have you ever realized you are holding your breath for the… Continue Reading “A Contemplative Pace”

Cruciform Ecumenism

Why it Matters I wrote a book, and now it’s published! During my time as a doctoral student, I became convicted more than I had been before about the absurdity of division in the Christian Church in the West. If Christians 2,000 years ago… Continue Reading “Cruciform Ecumenism”

Love is Patient First

We’re in a big hurry in this life. From almost the moment we’re born, we are taught to not waste time. Often well intentioned, we fill our days with every imaginable effort to better ourselves and the world. That sounds like a good thing.… Continue Reading “Love is Patient First”

Why Do We Hate Each Other?

This is a legitimate question. This blog is about coming back together, about noticing our innate interconnectedness. If we are to look at this topic seriously, we have to look at the biggest hindrance(s) to that unity. And this is a biggie, perhaps the… Continue Reading “Why Do We Hate Each Other?”

My Vision of Heaven Includes You

I don’t want to go without you. I don’t think God wants to go without you either. We all know that the world will end one day. Science tells us the physical world isn’t immortal. Christianity, too, tells us that there will be an… Continue Reading “My Vision of Heaven Includes You”