Tag: #november

  • Like Living Stones

    It’s hard being a rock.  No pun intended.  Or an unearthed stone on its own, or a bit of rubble that has been unkindly liberated from its greatness, crumbling from a museum or a church or a home.  I have felt in pieces like dynamited rock for much of the past few years.   An active member for a […]

  • Where Two or Three are Gathered

    Back in June, my family and I moved from Long Island to Atlanta, Georgia.  My wife Valeda and I were recruited for positions at Emory University.  We felt grateful that God had provided exciting new career opportunities for us and closer proximity to Valeda’s family of origin.  There was just one problem:  I didn’t want to leave Marble. As […]

  • My (misplaced?) Gratitude for Paul McCartney and Let it Be

    Music, like the Bible, is full of mystery, surprise, and twists. Each offers an opportunity to ponder intent, ascribe meaning, attach emotion, and make it our own as we live into the word.