The constellation that points to God’s Holy Time

In her sermon, “Looking up into Heaven,” Barbara Brown Taylor writes about worship: “It is one of the most peculiar things twentieth-century human beings can do, to come together week after week with no intention of being useful or productive, but only of facing an ornate wall to declare things they cannot prove about aContinue reading “The constellation that points to God’s Holy Time”

God is not a CEO who feeds into our endless consumerist appetite

We can’t go anywhere, even if we walk from one room in our home to another, without seeing an advertisement trying to sell us something.  Turn on the television, open the newspaper, click a button or two on your cell phone or laptop, and there you will see a product that you think you need. Continue reading “God is not a CEO who feeds into our endless consumerist appetite”