Question mark background

There are some things that are true for every person. It does not matter if you have faith or not. It does not matter where you choose to put your faith. But faith is something we all have. We just may not call it that. Or we may try to run away from it or hide from it. We may choose to rationalize everything away; which I will tell you does not work. Faith is more than just something those loony tune Christians have. Faith is the need to connect with something higher than we are. I will have more to say in the weeks, months and years to come. Check in next Thursday, The fun is just beginning.
Who am I you ask. I am a Priest in the Episcopal Church who has just retired. I have for a long time wanted to share some thoughts with you but had not had the time. Now I do! I have intuited over the years the reality that faith answers a deep human need: the need for meaning. For me, and I hope to share this with you, faith in God, and for me in the way of God acting through Jesus Christ, has made a huge difference in my life over the years. I will be sharing that with you. We will do some soul searching on various issues in our culture as they come along. You may not like what I say and that’s great. Please share your thoughts with me and those others who read this blog. Hopefully we will get some good conversation going on. That is my goal. Dialogue, reflection, challenge, questions, doubts, disagreements — all these are welcome here.
My plan is to enter a thought weekly on Thursdays.
Here we go.
May God be with you as you join in and with me as I attempt to make some sense.

19 thoughts on “wondering”

  1. Admiring the persistence you put into your website and detailed
    information you provide. It’s awesome to come across a blog every once in a while that isn’t the same out of date
    rehashed material. Wonderful read! I’ve bookmarked your site and I’m adding your RSS feeds to my Google account.

  2. Hi all, here every person is sharing these kinds of knowledge, so it’s pleasant to read this blog,
    and I used to visit this web site all the time.

  3. Ocala, FL – Sue Cassell didn’t know where to turn when her job search hit a dead end, and then she discovered Vocational Rehabilitation, an agency that helps people with disabilities find or keep a job.

  4. hello!,I really like your writing so a lot! share we be in contact extra about your article on AOL?
    I require an expert on this house to resolve my problem.
    May be that is you! Looking forward to look you.

  5. Schon am Abend klingelte extrem teens er meiner Tür und schleppte mich zur Disko ab.Auf dem Heimweg grübelte ich, ob ich bi war.

  6. I have been exploring for a bit for any high-quality articles or blog posts in this kind of house .
    Exploring in Yahoo I ultimately stumbled upon this web site.
    Studying this info So i’m satisfied to exhibit that I have
    an incredibly just right uncanny feeling I came upon exactly what I
    needed. I most unquestionably will make sure to do not omit this website and provides it a look regularly.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *