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Searching For The Next Morning

The embers have reached that point where they pulse their heat and light like the twisted fragments of a dragon’s heart. Beyond the circle of its light the world is subsumed in the inky black of night. 539 more words

Prose

Polish Records and Wafers

By Tony Dombrowski

Though I am a quarter Czechoslovakian from my mother’s side, along with an eighth German, Italian and Irish from my father’s side, I am half Polish from both of my parents. 478 more words

Oustudents

Religion isn't love

When you have been saturated in Charismatic circles as deeply as I have, there isn’t anything that seems weird after a while.   In my opinion, fame and fortune has swept Christian ministries in the past 10 years giving the pursuit of a pulpit more Glory than the One who created the possibility for it.  616 more words

Religion

17 October: Being practical about Mission

L’Arche is a worldwide federation of people, with and without learning disabilities, working together for a world where all belong.

This photo was taken in Canterbury Cathedral when L’Arche Kent was celebrating 40 years of life, and L’Arche itself was marking its half century. 394 more words

Daily Reflections

Mothra, Rayquaza, and God: Examining the Pattern Poem

a staff member from Rebirth of Mothra works on the larval prop of the benevolent monster, 1995

by Andrew Perez

George Herbert’s “Easter Wings” and “The Altar” are pattern poems, meaning that the form of the lines contribute to its subject. 402 more words

Imagery (10/16)

Everywhere, Always, By All

This semester the Doctor of Ministry group that Dr. Justus Hunter and I lead is reading the Commonitorium, by Vincent of Lerins. Writing in the wake of a very contentious Council of Ephesus (431), Vincent famously insisted that “in the Catholic Church itself, all possible care must be taken, that we hold that faith which has been believed everywhere, always, by all” (6). 774 more words

Doctrine

10 things I’ve learned watching pro cycling #1: We’re not as fast as we think we are.

If we’re honest with ourselves a lot of us who cycle in Lycra harbour the idea that we could – if we only had more time to train! 709 more words