Everyone can use the next forty days for change; you don’t have to call it Lent. Together we can be a disruptive force for good … come walk along with us! Continue reading What If Lent Is About Disruption?
My brother Joe was always a beautiful person — physically handsome (most would say gorgeous), outgoing and charismatic, loving and lovable. If you read his yearbook, you’d see descriptions such as: the nicest guy; always smiling; loves everybody. Joe always had a large circle of friends and was always the center of attention in nearly every room he entered; if people were already gathered, their … Continue reading My Brother Joe
Each of us has our own list of gifts for which we thank God: family and friends, each new day, work to do, the glorious autumn leaves, the cute little puppy that bounced all around me the other day – these are a few of the things that top my list right at the moment, and these are just the transitory gifts.
I’m a West Wing geek. Even though the series has been off the air since 2006, I’ve been watching it in reruns, then on DVDs, and now I binge-watch it on Netflix. For seven years it chronicled the lives of a fictional set of characters who work in the West Wing of the White House. Through President Jed Bartlett and his staff, Aaron Sorkin told … Continue reading Words & Ideas