Another day, another vocational crisis. I am beginning to think that God grants me uneasiness as it pertains to the holiness of the priesthood to keep me on my toes and to keep me humble. Well played, God. Well played. I have been waiting for Advent this year with great anticipation. I’m not sure why … Continue reading It’s Advent and I’m waiting… again…
[Graceful Thoughts is a new addition to my blogging. It comprises short ideas, thoughts, stories, and vignettes that I hope point towards God’s grace at work around us] Faith is a gift, not an equation. More and more I have come to see faith as a gift. I knew this, and yet I am always … Continue reading Graceful Thoughts, part 1
Disclaimer: This entry is a spiritual reflection on my own journey and not a statement of universal truth. In the immortal words of that infamous break-up line - it's me, not you. 🙂 Over a year ago, I published a blog titled "Why I Wear My Anglican Collar... Sometimes" to explore what I saw as the … Continue reading Why I Wear My Cassock: My Great Anglo-Catholic Experiment
The holiness of our orders is not found in our perfection, but in our daily surrender to God - a surrender that creates a void and hunger for God, that only God can fill.
A few weeks ago I came into my office on what I thought would be a typical day. As I am apt to do, I began sorting through a flurry of blog posts that friends and fellow ministers were posting on Facebook and Twitter and I came across a posting from a Roman priest extolling … Continue reading Coffeehouse Musings: Why I Wear my Anglican Collar… Sometimes