Silence and Solitude: two words that probably scare some people, but not me. At least not in the literal sense, that is. This past summer, I spent a week as
The phrase “by any means necessary” finds it origins in a 1948 French play “Dirty Hands” by Jean-Paul Sartre. It entered the popular civil rights culture through a speech given
We are living in a driven age and society. We are known by what we have accomplished and produced. This mindset has found its way into the church and is
At Home in the World by Tsh Oxenreider Review by: Joanna Polarek The saying “Not all those who wander are lost” comes to mind when I reflect back on this
The Seven Storey Mountain, An Autobiography of Faith By: Thomas Merton Review by: Major Lauren Hodgson “The very contradictions in my life are in some ways signs of God’s mercy
The scent of plumeria blossoms perfumes the air as I walk down the path. Camo-colored leaves overhang the path, giving it an almost tunnel-like feel. I step onto the sand
Sunday, Sabbath & the Weekend: Managing Time in a Global Culture Edited by Edward O’Flaherty and Rodney L. Peterson with Timothy A. Norton Review by: Lt. Colonel Pat LaBossiere Sabbath.
While driving, walking or even riding the train or bus one comes across so many quotes, slogans or signs. Sometimes the quotes, slogans or signs are interesting enough to give
Sacred Rhythms By Ruth Haley Barton Review by: Major Lauren Hodgson Teaser: We all long for more of Jesus. He has given us all there is of Himself, but are
Hey friends and fellow companions, My kids came home last week with their annual “Summer Reading Lists.” This prompted our family to put together baskets for the kids with some
I envisioned our recent SLD Department Retreat day as “an adventure waiting to happen.” As with prior departmental retreat days, we tend to bond in nature or in some form
Creek, crack, snap and kaboom were the sounds heard while taking in the beauty of the trees, birds of all kind and the serene lake of Rockland Lake State Park.