First impressions are lasting. Is the welcome we think we give our guests what they really remember about us? Continue reading
Perhaps our real challenge this weekend is not the changing of the clocks in our homes, but the changing of how our hearts use this earthly time to celebrate God’s presence in our lives and our world. Continue reading
I never had problems with my eyes. When reading words on a page, they appeared clear and focused. I could see far distances without too much strain. I even downloaded an eye-chart app for my smart phone: I aced it. It turns out I was wrong.
I am clearly understood to be middle-aged on campus. Even among staff and faculty, being in my mid-forties means that I am older than most. Yet in the parish, or when I go to church meetings in the diocese or deanery, I am seen as one of the younger generation. Continue reading