“All are welcome does not mean that anything goes.”
Hello beloveds at St. Peter’s,
Instead of highlighting what’s coming up or reflecting on the events of the past month I want to write about preaching.
What are you dying to right now? To what do you need to die? What do you need to let go of in order to live?
In Anne Lamott’s book, Bird by Bird, she quotes Kurt Vonnegut and writes:
I left my last call to Holden Village without having another call lined up, which meant that Marcus and I sat for 10 months, living in a small apartment overlooking a lake, surrounde
Point Loma Nazarene University had a “Pastor’s Day” this past month; a free day of learning for local clergy. The topic was leadership in a time of crisis. It was fantastic.
This month I’d like to share with you a poem that I've been cherishing for the past three or so years. It is called Patient Trust by Pierre Teilhard de Cha
I want to write to you about our communion practices now that we are worshipping in-person each week.
I’m about five months into this call and here are some things I’d like you to know.