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Fellowship of Saints and Sinners

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Laughter and Humility, Via Nature’s Call at the Blue Heron Preserve

[Note to readers: if you have trouble with potty humor, you probably won’t want to read this.] So there we are at the “Blue Heron Nature Preserve” on a crisp fall afternoon, my kids and I taking in the best […]

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“R” Rated Bible…for Kids?

Yesterday in making my rounds as a corporate chaplain, I ran into one man who volunteered that he and his family had recently seen the movie, “The Passion of the Christ,” for the very first time. “How old are your kids?,” […]

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Potty Prayers: How I Am Learning to Pray in the Bathroom

She almost hit me with the door as I was exiting the restroom of a company where I serve as a corporate chaplain. She’s the one in the front office who usually smiles when I come by. Not today. “How […]

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Brainstorming 2013 Together

The brainstorming for 2013 has begun.  Will you help, pretty please? I’m giving thought to possible blog series here at this intersection between God and life, and greatly appreciate your feedback.  For your input:  what from the below list most […]

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More Thoughts on “Disappearing Mothers”

My last post and popular blogger and author Rachel Held-Evans’ subsequent shout-out in her Sunday Superlatives (for “Best Conversation Starter in the Blogosphere”) have generated a throng of readers and a string of interesting comments, most of which seem to be […]

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Facebook’s “Disappearing Mothers”: The New Form of Women’s Self Effacement?

Last week Tina Brown, editor of The Daily Beast and Newsweek, dished out her latest “must-reads” for NPR, this time on the subject of “The Modern Woman.”  Financial Times writer Katie Roiphe’s article, “Disappearing mothers,” was on Brown’s short list, […]

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Happy Father’s Day!

When I was fifteen, my dad took me to Russia and Europe to fulfill a promise he had made to each of us kids: we could each have one trip of our choice to anywhere in the world. At the […]

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posted 4:36:07am Feb. 11, 2016 | read full post »

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posted 12:26:59pm Jan. 23, 2016 | read full post »

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We're kicking off a new, five-part series, "The 12 Steps for Restless Souls," with the following question: Is there such a thing as 'recovery' for ...

posted 9:13:21pm Jan. 14, 2016 | read full post »

The Year of the Crockpot and the Hairy Armpits
Happy New Year! Over the years I've stopped making ambitious resolutions at this time of the year, since I ...

posted 8:01:09pm Jan. 07, 2016 | read full post »

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