Archive for August, 2006

The Way I See It #77 “The human catalysts for ‘dreamers’ are the teachers and encouragers that ‘dreamers’ encounter throughout their lives. They are invaluable in the quest to turn ideas into reality. So here’s a special thanks to all of the teachers – especially my teacher, Miz Lane!” — Kevin Carroll“Katalyst” and author of […]

From Jeremiah’s blog: “America is merely 5% of the world’s population but uses more than 20% of its resources. Approximately 35,000 children under the age of 12 die every day of starvation or water-borne illnesses. That’s 9/11 times 10….every single day. 1.1 billion people in the world don’t have access to clean drinking water, and […]

So the homily I gave on Sunday didn’t get recorded but here are my notes from it: “this bread is my flesh”… So, this is kinda creepy if you weren’t a Christian and knew the rest of the story. This is pretty intense. Let’s recap the story… So, Jesus and his disciples get trapped by […]

So, we’re in In-service for school. Here’s a verse that was just quoted. Seems potentially thematic for our impending year…. “5For this very reason, make every effort to add to your faith goodness; and to goodness, knowledge; 6and to knowledge, self-control; and to self-control, perseverance; and to perseverance, godliness; 7and to godliness, brotherly kindness; and […]

Well, let’s see how much trouble I can get in here. So Steve, from house church gives me this book – Pagan Christianity by Frank Viola – last week. I’ve heard of Mr. Viola before but had not read anything by him. The title is provocative enough so I was interested in reading it. I’ve […]

Proper 14: Year B, RCL (going to be homitizing on this in a couple weeks)… which got me thinking of something that I thought of last night. Last night was the end of my month long sabbatical from email, blogging, IM, and (mostly) cellphone. It was good. It was a spiritual discipline. But it wasn’t […]