Month: August 2016

Walk 150 Miles In My Shoes: An Interview with Blake Oakley

Blake Oakley arrived in Los Angeles today. He is on the other side of the Country from where he usually walks, often barefoot. Read More

Your Physical Need Is My Spiritual Need

One of my favorite weekly writing opportunities is to write for the Tuttle Times. My role is to write a piece on spirituality and I do so as pastor. Read More

Peggy Noonan References the “Many” Family or, Words Matter: A Crossover Podcast with T4E

When we say we forgive, do we mean we are forgiving a person or forgiving something a person did? Jaques Derrida used this question to describe what he meant when he talked about forgiving the unforgettable. He was speaking in post-Apartheid South Africa. Read More

So You Support Education in Oklahoma? Time for @OKJusticeReform

The current budget crisis in Oklahoma calls for education. This is quite the irony since education funding saw its share of cuts. But, the sort of education needed does not require sitting in a classroom in a local public school. Read More

The Greatest Spiritual Discipline: An Interview with Philip Nation

“A cloistered journey impoverishes your own soul,” asserts Philip Nation. Christian spiritual formation may best be practiced in community.
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