November 1, 2016 0

The family  has begun the process of closing up my grandparents home… which has leant me the opportunity to go through old family photographs.  Mostly these pictures are of my maternal grandparents and some of their […]

A Racist’s Thoughts on Ending Racism

October 8, 2016 0

We’ve found a new church in Philadelphia Finally. It was a rough going six weeks of church shopping that consisted of tears, ranting, bad music, and somebody coughing on the communion bread.  But we finally […]

What an Agnostic Taught Me About The Resurrection

March 20, 2016 2

It’s not really a secret… I (gasp!) married an agnostic. Agnostic isn’t really the best word to describe the wonderful, handsome, kind, man I married but it’s the best word the English language has.  It’s […]

Three Simple Rules

March 14, 2016 0

The tradition I (and many of my forefathers) grew up in is Methodism. The Methodist movement was a rogue sect inside the Anglican church accredited to brothers John and Charles Wesley.   Among many other wonderful […]

What Green Beer and Refugees Have in Common.

March 6, 2016 0

I’ve celebrated St Patrick’s Day all of my life.  My people can’t help it.  And by my people I mean Americans.  I remember going with my grandmother to see the canal in Chicago dyed green […]