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Musical Mental Health Break—”Agape” by Bear’s Den

This week’s musical mental health break is from the British folk band Bear’s Den who performed at my local bar The Earl on Monday night. (Any band that opens for Mumford & Sons I’m gonna like, so I knew I […]

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Power To Become Children of God: A New Year’s Sermon

Happy New Year! It’s been a memorable time away with family, and I’m glad to be back at this intersection between God and life, reconvening with fellow saints and sinners. I hope this New Year’s sermon, to be preached this […]

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Mental Health Break—Official Video for “Hopeless Wanderer”

All this talk about hell deserves another mental health break. Today’s comes with the serendipitous discovery that one of my favorite bands has a sense of humor. Check out the tongue-and-cheek official video for Mumford & Son’s “Hopeless Wanderer” and […]

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Stand-Up Comedian David Cross on Heaven

As a corporate chaplain, I spend much of my time in the car, traveling to various companies- so it’s always a plus when I have something other than my favorite bands to listen to. (For as much as I love […]

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An Advent GPS System for Restless Souls

My husband would be the first to tell you I have the directional sense of a squirrel. There is an advantage to this handicap: if my intuition tells me to travel in one direction, I can safely assume that I […]

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Musical Feature: Mumford & Sons’ “I Will Wait”

Once again, in the spirit of an Andrew Sullivan “mental health break,” today’s musical feature is Mumford & Sons’ cover song for their newly released album, Babel:  like many of the band’s songs, “I Will Wait” has, I suspect, deeply […]

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Disorganized Religion

We preachers have our most embarrassing moments.  I imagine it’s true for musicians, too.  The other night I witnessed one. Mumford & Sons’ lead singer Marcus Mumford, performing for a full house at Ryman Theater, in Nashville, Tennessee, first forgot […]

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Mumford & Sons’ Free to Love and Love to Free

Tonight Mumford & Sons is playing at the Ryman, in Nashville, Tennessee, and I’ll be there.  In addition to some really enticing blends in sound- a mandolin, accordion and banjo often infuse the tunes of keyboard and guitar- the band’s lyrics, […]

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We made a searching and fearless moral inventory ...

posted 6:16:56pm Feb. 02, 2016 | read full post »

"R" is for "Recognize" — REST for Restless Souls, Via "The 12 Steps"
"We admitted we were powerless over alcohol — that our ...

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

"The 12 Steps for Restless Souls": A 5-Part Series
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 »

Kids Say the Darnedest Things: "God Is Actually the Star"
Yesterday I visited my daughter's kindergarten class to present ...

posted 2:01:27pm Dec. 15, 2015 | read full post »

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