Homily for the Installation of the Rev. Sarah Fisher, St. Catherine’s, Marietta–the Feast of St. Margaret

I learned the hard way that Isaac Newton was right about his First Law: “an object at rest will remain at rest unless acted upon by an outside force.” I still say, some twelve years later, that it wasn’t my fault.  The man didn’t give proper instructions.  My wife still says he thought I had... Continue Reading →

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Welcoming Practice–Cynthia Bourgeault Video

Here is an extremely meaningful video reflection by Cynthia Bourgeault on the Welcoming Practice.  This three-fold movement has been invaluable to me in all aspects of my life and spiritual practice: Focusing, Welcoming, Releasing.  I commend this to you!

Living from Our Depth: A Stewardship Reflection

Living from Our Depth A Stewardship Reflection I pray that you may have the power to comprehend, with all the saints, what is the breadth and length and height and depth, and to know the love of Christ that surpasses knowledge, so that you may be filled with all the fullness of God.                                                 Ephesians... Continue Reading →

Tranquilizers or Transformation

Proper 22, Year A Exodus 20:1-20; St. Matthew 21:33-46 October 8, 2017   Tranquilizers or Transformation        When my sister and I were kids, we hated doing our chores.  She hated cleaning her room, and we would find old sandwiches under her bed.  One of my chores—which I found so odd at the time—was dusting... Continue Reading →

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