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Ref: I Need More — I suppose sleeping on it gives me more time to process and reduce the initial excitement. This is another one of those points when some of you are likely to have had enough and move … Continue reading →
Over the past 15 years or so, the central core of my ministry calling has been on the Internet. While it did get off to a rough start, here we are after those many years with a viable virtual parish. … Continue reading →
Okay, so we now have a parish YouTube channel. Today I stopped a few places and tried to record a couple of short worship songs. Instead of pulling in a direct link, I’ll let you visit the pages themselves. Those … Continue reading →
The story is done. Whew! Now I can think about other things for awhile. My fiction comes barging into my awareness and dominates everything until the story runs out. I will continue to serialize it here, in part because editing … Continue reading →
I find quite plausible this story projecting Internet disruptions. Indeed, the linked article is merely one of the easiest to read, as the warnings are all over the tech sites I read. The problem is that consumers have a bunch … Continue reading →
The latest wild delicacy around our apartment is purslane (Portulaca Oleracea). The taste is hard to describe, but it’s mild. The only problem is that something gets on it and turns the leaves purple and shriveled. I’m going to guess … Continue reading →
Covering your torso is modesty; covering your bald spot is vanity. I’ve settled into a routine of daily workouts that work more on my heart than any other muscle. I’ve been walking a few blocks lately — say, 10 minutes … Continue reading →