Monthly Archives: February 2011

Snowmobiling And Spiritual Formation (Part 2)

In last week’s RestDay Reflections, creatively titled “Snowmobiling And Spiritual Formation (Part 1),” I wrote about a dream, 2-hour snowmobiling adventure Adele/I went on during a snowstorm in New England. I noted a number of more or less standard sorts of similarities between … Continue reading

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A challenging question: When I walk into

A challenging question: When I walk into a room do I say “Here I am” or “There you are!” What about when I walk into prayer?

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Snowmobiling And Spiritual Formation (Part 1)

Adele/I recently fulfilled a marriage-long dream: to ride a snowmobile through a New England forest in a snow storm. (Ok. So. We don’t all have the same kinds of dreams!). It was fantastic…. beautiful… heavenly… cold… treacherous… thrilling and chilling at the same time. I am certain … Continue reading

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The BSO and The Church

I’ve always enjoyed watching the musicals of Rodgers and Hammerstein. I started taking piano lessons at age 7, embracing pick-up stickball games instead of structured little league to allow time to practice. My brother, Mike, and I had a brother act that was beyond … Continue reading

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A 2nd Shot At SNOW

If you’ve followed this blog you read my post “There’s NO business like SNOW business.” And, you know why snowfall is such a big deal to me! Thanks to those of you who responded via this site, email and personally in … Continue reading

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