I’m a firm believer that when we offer up our wounds in service to others–as I see Christ doing–then what can at first seem like a dysfunction, can actually become our function. In this sermon, my intention is to invite us into the possibility that the Christ within us can transform our wounds and make … More We All Have Wounds
As you may have noticed from the video, I’m still developing my language skills when it comes to speaking about “the illusion” of separation. The way I see it, the most honest thing I can do to express The Truth of the Oneness of Being is to be silent. However, because I am engaged in … More Preparation I – For Those Illusion Flare ups
Let me begin this post by declaring that contrary to some beliefs, one person cannot speak for their entire race, group, or culture. As we all know there are innumerable diversities at work in every individual and my comments with regard to the subject of race, religion, culture, or any other category under which one … More Give Us Us Free!
In my last post, You Won’t Like Me When I’m Angry, I said that in my opinion the greatest miracle Jesus ever did was stay on the cross. Well, if that was the greatest, the second was to pray for the people who were cheering to see him there. Imagine that you have been betrayed. It … More Forgive Them For They Know Not…
In Ephesians 4:26, 27 it says “‘Be angry, and do not sin’:do not let the sun go down on your wrath, nor give place to the devil.” This is a verse that I have had to remind myself of more frequently in the past few years than I ever have before. In general I am … More You Won’t Like Me When I Am Angry
“Just forgive it.” That’s something we try to tell our daughter Calista whenever something upsets her. We don’t expect that it makes too much sense to her at three years old, but the hope is that if she hears it enough it will start to work its way into her consciousness and eventually she will … More A Forgiveness Prescription