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Photo Tales: Give it a shot!

I recently contributed a poem to Tom Wright’s ongoing Photo Tales project, in which he has writers write something based on one of his photos, then posts the paired photo and text to his web site. 15 more words

WordPress

Photo Tales: The Number You Have Reached...

Note: I’m excited to have a new Photo Tales to post! If you don’t know what that is, give the Photo Tales tab a click at the top of the page. 301 more words

Black And White Photography

Kevin reblogged this on Ordinary Average Thoughts and commented:

The latest in photographer Tom Wright’s Photo Tales combines his photo of a phone booth in Pioneer Square with a poem I wrote based on the image. (10 July 2015)

Book Review: Simply Good News by Tom Wright

Disclaimer: I was given this book by the publishers, SPCK, free of charge. I was not asked to review it, so, as ever, I publish this review off my own back. 1,013 more words

Book Reviews

Ground-breaking UFC event taking place in Saskatoon

Watch: For the first time ever, professional mixed martial arts makes its way to Saskatchewan. Kim Thue looks at who will be on the card for the Aug. 542 more words

Sports

Avoiding Conversation is No Way to Advance the Debate

How do have the conversations that matter most?  Like many things in life, most of it is just showing up.

We United Methodists just came through Annual Conference season; this is the yearly gathering of United Methodists in a given region, represented by clergy and laity, where budgets are set, legislation debated, and an array of training, lectures, studies, worship, and mission opportunities are offered.   920 more words

Theologians

'The Lord and His Prayer' by Tom Wright

I often like to reground my own personal praying of the Lord’s Prayer by reading what this foundational prayer has inspired others to meditate on – so I was very pleased when I came across this ‘classic’ by Tom Wright. 158 more words

Bible

Is Wright Right?

“Just call me Tom.”

These were the first words I heard from the highly esteemed New Testament scholar, N.T. Wright. I liked him immediately. How could you not, given his proven scholarship coupled with humility delivered with that deep baritone British accented voice?

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