Archives for Oct 25, 2013 @ 18:28

A Celtic Evening Blessing

From the Celtic Book of Prayer: Blessing May the peace of the Lord Christ go with you, wherever He may send you. May He guide you through the wilderness, protect you through the storm. May He bring you home rejoicing at the wonders He has shown you. May He bring you home rejoicing once again [Read More…]

Act Like Men: A Response

This clip comes from Humble Stumble, who attended an Act Like Men Conference, and I have some questions: What to say? What’s a better approach? What’s a better story to tell? How can men be most what they are meant to be? I entered Friday night knowing that I would not agree with everything taught. [Read More…]

A Favorite Prayer

From the Celtic Book of Prayer: Canticle Christ, as a light illumine and guide me. Christ, as a shield overshadow me. Christ under me; Christ over me; Christ beside me on my left and my right. This day be within and without me, lowly and meek, yet all-powerful. Be in the heart of each to [Read More…]

From the Shepherd’s Nook: John Frye

Jesus at the Margins- Meals as Maps When Jesus broke bread, he broke Israel. With his meal-time habits, Jesus was boldly speaking a new language and scandalously introducing a new world. USAmerican culture has gutted the social significance of daily meals. With innovative TV dinners and ubiquitous fast food chains, we eat like we live: [Read More…]

Fights about Pacifism

Driscoll calls pacifists pansies, failing yet again to comprehend what pacifism is and how best to approach the question at hand: What about the Christian, the state and violence? What does it mean to live the gospel in a world of violence? Three recent posts about pacifism are worth your read and at the bottom [Read More…]