@mike Enjoyed your LARPing as Evangelical-apologist-guy on TAaTR. Made my commute less rage inducing!

Had a lovely bottle of wine with dinner tonight. I'm considering my Thursday officially Maundy'd. Now who will wash my feet? 😁

Another positive side-effect of having 40 solar panels in your backyard....you start to root for clear and sunny days. Being a self-professed fan of all things grey, gloomy, and overcast isn't a productive strategy when electrical output is hanging in the balance. Just call me Mr. Blue Sky

Quick read:A Buddhist’s Take on Jesus’ Big Temptation

found this on Reddit: r/OpenChristian

or should I say ....

Curious if any other non-Christians out there have ever had a powerful conversion experience to Christianity after seeing a license plate like this? 😂 People make me laugh.

Richard Rohr 



story of abuse and redemption 

Big progress the last few days! (On the skatepark I’m building)

I just finished reading Peter Enns's new book "How the Bible Actually Works" and wanted to share it with everyone. (I was part of the book's launch team but it comes out on Tues)


Hey everyone. Just realized that I jumped on here immediately, but didn't introduce myself. Full-time dad/husband and IT guy. I went to school for music, but eventually my inner-nerd became my profession. Have been deconstructing for a year or so now. This follows a stint as a music director at a theologically conservative church. I now identify most with Quaker understandings of the divine, however I am proud to be a part of an open and affirming UCC church. Peace!

**We do not exist independently. We inter-are. Everything relies on everything else in the cosmos in order to manifest—whether a star, a cloud, a flower, a tree, or you and me. (Thich Nhat Hanh)** This is really speaking to me today. I'm thankful to inter-be with you all here. 💜

Rohr never fails to captivate my heart and soul.

"Some of us learned to cope with abuse or trauma by shutting down our body's awareness and expression. Part of the healing process is listening to the body's messages in safe environments. We are not simply souls having a spiritual experience, but physical beings whose very breath is given by the Divine. In order to incarnate God, we are called to be fully human. We are humus--of the earth, soil, ground."


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