Month: September 2011

Friday Photo – Wood and Light

Beautiful woodwork adorns the ceiling of the chapel at Friends University. Last weekend Patty and I drove to Wichita, KS. She enjoyed her books and I took in several sessions of a conference hosted by Friends’ Apprentis Institute. Sitting in the chapel on Saturday morning waiting to hear Scot … Continue reading

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Clippings No. 5

Scot McKnight recently spoke at the Apprentis Institute at Friends University. He demonstrated his knack for a turn of the phrase. Recounting Peter’s ongoing conversion, Scot described what Peter learned in his vision on the roof. Aside from discovering there is some good food to be eaten … Continue reading

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Wide Eyes and Heading South – Friday Photo(s)

Last month we announced our second grandchild would be a boy, Max. Jason and Tommie had a “Reveal Party” for some of their friends. We tagged along. And, Cohen certainly did not want to miss out on the grand announcement. Grammy was holding him when I snapped this shot. … Continue reading

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Is God Among Us? – Thoughts From the Edge

Five months ago I encountered a wonky podcast plugin. Looking for a solution ran into the brick wall of time. Summer came and with it other matters that rose to the top of the “To Do” list for each week.

I recently discovered a solution and am glad to … Continue reading

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Who Is On the Lawn? Or, Those “Scary Others” As Conversation Partners

“Who is in the front yard?” Growing up in Oklahoma City on 17th Street we had a protected front porch. Holly Bushes lined the two exposed sides. I am thinking they were at least five feet tall. But then again, in my mind’s eye that was when I was … Continue reading

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