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The Meditation Journeys

This text represents a draft of a talk I gave at the Essential Teachings Weekend (ETW) for the Canadian Community for Christian Meditation (wccm-canada.ca) in Alexandria, Ontario (September 21-23, 2018). This was the third of three talks, entitled “Stages of … Continue reading

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Value-added, Christians in the world

Love is not a gooey, “Come, kiss my boo-boo because I hurt myself.” Love is not a warm-fuzzy blanket to wrap yourself when you’re feeling blue. Love is not Valentine’s Day chocolates wrapped up in a big red bow. That … Continue reading

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The wrong sign

When a road sign indicates something that you don’t expect is the case, it makes me wonder who is behind the seeming prank. What are they up to? What’s their point? A couple of summers ago when we drove to … Continue reading

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