Monthly Archives: October 2014

House Church and True Communion

Organic church, simple church or house church are the usual names given to participatory fellowships which meet in homes and “do church” in homes. I regularly participate in two such groups, and have been involved over the past three years … Continue reading

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Addicted to Fear

The other night I was watching an interview between Bill Moyers and the novelist and essayist Marilynne Robinson. She said something which resonated strongly with me. She said something to the effect that we have become a nation of “fear … Continue reading

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Prisoners of “Love”?

In the four years that I’ve had my blog I’ve written about codependency 5 or 6 times. It’s one of my favorite topics. I am far more than a codependent, but that issue unfortunately occupies a big part of my … Continue reading

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Angelo: Big Nine-Five

My neighbor and buddy Angelo turned 95 today. He was sitting out front again today and yesterday, but I was in a hurry and didn’t take the time to stop and chat. Later yesterday afternoon he was across the street … Continue reading

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Left Behind Again. . . and Again

No, this isn’t my testimony about abandonment issues, though I think I have some. It’s about the filmic re-do of the initial book in the “Left Behind” series by Tim Lahaye and Jerry B. Jenkins. I saw the original several … Continue reading

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