A Reading Life (pt 9): Manuscript Melancholy

By Joe LaGuardia By the time I graduated college and entered seminary, I burned out on biblical academia.  The start of the my three-year Masters of Divinity program was the next step towards ministry, but I was not interested in the work or for working in ministry in general.  Its not that I abandoned myContinue reading “A Reading Life (pt 9): Manuscript Melancholy”

A Grandmother’s Legacy

By Joe LaGuardia My wife’s grandmother–Granny, as she was known–passed away last month after complications from hip surgery.  We went back to Georgia to mourn with the family and begin preparing her condo for sale. We all had a job to do.  Some cleaned, others packed clothing.  My children went through her pictures and puzzles.Continue reading “A Grandmother’s Legacy”