Yesterday as we explored around Seoul we met some incredible people. In the morning quit unexpectedly I was approached by a man named MARTIN, who saw that I was a stranger and welcomed me to join him at his table because he spoke fluent English. Later in the morning we were greeted by a man... Continue Reading →
Today was Good Shepherd Sunday. My Sermon focused on the fact God God's Goodness and Mercy are in 'Hot Pursuit' ... Here is the Audio... Enjoy...
“Have patience with everything that remains unsolved in your heart. Try to love the questions themselves, like locked rooms and like books written in a foreign language. Do not now look for the answers. They cannot now be given to you because you could not live them. It is a question of experiencing everything. At... Continue Reading →
Today's message from Henri Nouwen's Our Daily Bread reads: Religious leaders, priests, ministers, rabbis, and imams can be admired and revered but also hated and despised. We expect that our religious leaders will bring us closer to God through their prayers, teaching, and guidance. Therefore, we watch their behavior carefully and listen critically to their... Continue Reading →
It has been a couple of weeks -- but it's time to get back to some blogging. Last Sunday, we were treated to the story of Jesus appearing to the disciples. He found them (most of them) locked in a room. When he found Thomas not to be there, he did it all again a... Continue Reading →