Part Two, Part Three
Occasionally, I learn something that is like opening a window to greater understanding. Where a vague notion may have existed before, the drawing aside of the curtains reveals a new world. Such an event occurred a couple of days ago.
Over the last decade or so, I have been going through a faith change which I did not understand. The journey has left me unsettled, with a different perspective on my faith than most of my fellow church members.
Continue reading “Stages of Faith – Part One”
Name one musical play, popular artist, or singing group in which the male lead sings bass.
Come on. I’m waiting.
Continue reading “Heros Always Sing Tenor”
I have a quiet place, my own little wilderness. Well, its not mine, its publicly accessible land, but nobody goes there. If I want to hike for a few moments of therapy, meditation, and pray, I know that I can enjoy some solitude and experience intriguing landscape not far from home.
The problem with my little wilderness is that it has power lines running through it.
Continue reading “Power Lines Through My Wilderness”
“Toxic” is thrown around a lot lately. Bloggers and podcasters on the fringes of Mormon culture often try to demonstrate the superiority of their approach by calling the church’s current or past position “TOXIC.” Continue reading “Helpful Toxicity”