Monthly Archives: August 2011

Jesus, Teenager of God

You’ve probably now heard the story of the terrible Miner-Garrity Family.  Read all about it http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/world/52469658-68/garrity-card-court-lawsuit.html.csp here.  Tutting will be involved in your response and for just a little amount of time, you’ll have the chance to feel smugly superior to … Continue reading

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In England’s Green and Pleasant Land

I probably will lose all credibility after this posting because I am going to make a shocking revelation.  Despite an excellent musical education  ranging from some fine old jazzers to Martin Imbach to some guys I play drums with every now and … Continue reading

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Papa does not have a new bag

30 years ago my parents bought me a state of the art sleeping bag. It was light, toasty warm and roomy.  I thought they were just giving me some camping gear but some simple things have a way of becoming important … Continue reading

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Let me ask you this…

The faith I grew up with was full of questions that began with “how” and “what”. How can I please God? What does God demand of me so that I can be more holy?  The biggest question of them all? What … Continue reading

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