Monthly Archives: March 2021

The Trick

The trickis to open your handswide enoughto hold the sunrise

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The 21st Century Congregant, Part 2: How Congregations Can Adapt

A few weeks ago, I wrote a piece called “The Century Congregant: A Profile”. I wrote about what we might expect from a typical attender to our chapels and fellowships and churches – aware that none of us are completely … Continue reading

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On a Grey and Rainy Morning

Everything under the sky gets ruined,broken by raindrops,whispered suggestions by the passing galesthat soon become promises. The ten thousand things are busybeing destroyed utterlythis grey morning. Even now, your bitterness, regret,sorrow and care,your hatred and pain,your worst moments, and the … Continue reading

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Idiot Wind

Listen, he said, it’s like this.Some idiot farmer has thrown your plans into the wind, like seeds.God knows why. On the highway, 18-wheelers roar continuallyover several of your dreams.Don’t worry, the birds are cleverer than those monsters,they’ll get there, eventually, … Continue reading

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