Time. We spend it; we complain about not having enough; we want more all the time. It’s an odd commodity, if you stop to think about it. Albert Einstein said: “Time is an illusion.” Early on in my physics studies, I took a course in cosmology and did my semester project on the calculations used … Continue reading It’s a good ‘time’ to reduce church barriers
The school year is over for me and vacation and travel have begun! Last week I missed the Blog deadline because I journeyed off to Nashville with 3 dear friends from my church, St Michael and All Angels, Cambridge Junction, for the Festival of Homiletics. What an inspiring experience to share with some 1500 preachers … Continue reading Festival of Homiletics 2013
This week I want to tell you about a resolution that is near and dear to my heart. As a scientist, I am saddened when I hear people say that our Christian faith is in conflict with science. As I have studied both the Scriptures and my science texts, I find a beautiful harmony between … Continue reading Of science and Scriptures – a great debate
Hi, I’m back… I know that we’re in the midst of the Great 50 Days of Easter right now but I’ve been reflecting on my observance of this last Lent. While I did do some serious reading from various devotionals, I also enjoyed following along with Lent Madness. Oh, yes, I’m well aware of some … Continue reading ‘Holy Women, Holy Men’ a Must-Read
Isn’t he adorable!! I’ve noticed that when someone posts a picture of a cute animal on social media everyone notices – so I thought that if I found a cute puppy photo, more people would notice our new blog! As it turns out, my puppy photo is also representative of the resolution we’re sharing this … Continue reading Rites and Prayers for Care of Beloved Animals
How well do we know the workings of The Episcopal Church? Or our own Diocese? I know, for me, it really wasn’t until I began to serve on Diocesan Council that I became interested or even slightly educated about the nuts and bolts of our church. What I have found is so exciting – and, … Continue reading Getting Excited About Mission
It began with a simple request: Let’s meet over lunch and figure out a way to get the word out about Resolutions. Things like this are the nuts and bolts of what makes a diocese operate. They’re not usually fun, exciting, sexy or anything like that, but they are crucial. It’s important the members of … Continue reading Welcome to our blog: A great place to learn more!