Author Archives: Dell Bornowsky
About Dell BornowskyI have been a farm boy, woodworker, and building maintenance consultant. Prior to Anglican, my formation was in Roman Catholic, Jesus People, Baptist and Pentecostal tribes. I am interested in cultures, philosophy, mysticism, and wilderness travel. I am a husband and father. I believe creation is good, that God acts in material history, and that ancient wisdom may be more relevant than we realize. Presently Rector of St Philip in Regina.
I wonder how many are going to preach on the epistle (Romans 12:1-8) this week? I suppose even fewer might reference zombies in the process. Continue reading
To preach Jacob’s saga with integrety and relevance perhaps we need to ask: “What would you do if your mother asked you to lie to your father ?
A major clue to a more sympathetic reading of Jacob is hidden in most English Bible translations. Continue reading
We won’t know for sure how fruitful or fruitless the word will be in a persons life until we observe the way is grows. Continue reading
Jesus said “As the Father has sent me, so I send you.”
So how is that? Continue reading
Easter 4. Does your church involvement make you act like an addict? Where will you get your next fix? Continue reading
Resurrection 2 : Preaching doubt in post-modernity: In this wild ride of following the risen Christ, are you hanging on with both hands? Continue reading
What are you thinking as Jesus walks to the Cross? As an amplification of the Passion Narrative, and for those who may wish for Stations of the Cross meditations for Holy Week observance: The following uses stations derived from the gospels that were chosen by John Paul 2 in 1991 as an alternate to the traditional 14 stations. Continue reading
Allison’s post: The Art of Translation considered translating not just way our of speaking but also our way seeing! But perhaps for some — not even seeing is believing! The drama surrounding Jesus’ healing of the blind person illustrates my mother’s old saying that “there are none so blind as those who will not see” Continue reading