Tuesday, January 27, 2009

San Fran and Knitting

I think we're getting better . . . maybe.

I am off to San Francisco! WOO!

Our third podcast, this special New Year show features SCM’s international representative to the World Student Christian Federation, Alice Glaze - ‘Knitting With Your ExCo’ - and music by Michael Franti, The Cobalt Season and Emily Carr. Hosted by Bre and David Ball.

Click here to listen

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

thanks, y'all. you humble me. i'll change settings when i have time. here's a quote for this week!

Prayer and meditation have an important part to play in opening up new ways and new horizons. If your prayer is the expression of a deep and grace-inspired desire for newness of life—and not the mere blind attachment to what has always been familiar and "safe"—God will act in us and through us to renew the Church by preparing, in prayer, what we cannot yet imagine or understand. In this way our prayer and faith today will be oriented toward the future which we ourselves may never see fully realized on earth.
- Thomas Merton

Tuesday, January 13, 2009


hey everyone,

i feel the need to temporarily limit my blog to select individuals for a bit - google searches bring it up on my name and for the next few months i would like to protect myself in that way.

i will change the settings to allow only select individuals access to it starting January 20th, 2009. If you consider yourself to be a friend of mine you are very much welcome to read it. If you want to receive an official blogger invite to be able to access it, please get in contact with me via facebook, email, or comments below.
thanks muchly for reading,

Monday, January 12, 2009


Anatole France: "The law, in its majestic equality, forbids the rich as well as the poor to beg in the streets, steal bread, or sleep under the bridge."

Monday, January 05, 2009

Yes, go ahead, reveal me, measure me,
but please, it matters that you take me
every little layer of me and
lay me down into a basket of hope,
fling me into the wind
lift me into the company of birds and light
where a hand on the night’s warmth of his back,
a clear sharp word
undo me.

- Bonnie Loewen, excerpt from “A Pattern Sermon” Geez Summer 2008