The Youtube Video below highlights a fantastic couple who have been ministering among the nomads in the US for years. Please check them out, and if this touches your heart, visit them online at thenomadsland.org.
Christmas is nearly on us – or perhaps it has already overtaken us – depending on the pressure and/or the amount of work the season has for you. Advent is celebrated by some of us, and it has been with us for a couple weeks. Typically, we do not use the word “celebrate” is respect … More Observe Advent this Christmas by Observing the Feelings of Others
I have taken the Missional Celtic Advent meditations you find here on this website, and expanded them some, adapted them some, and improved them some. Then I put them together in an eBook, which you can purchase for only $2.99 on Amazon.com. You can simultaneously help support this ministry and find inspiration in the wild … More Celtic Advent Meditations
Sonnet #64 and if you have to ask there are some things that simply are not taught cannot be found through reading many tomes experience should tell but it does not and if you have to ask you do not know like when to give a hand to those in need or open up your … More Sonnet #64 – and if you have to ask
I have been reading the Bible yn Cymraeg (in Welsh) for a while now. This has been wonderful, and simultaneously problematic. My Welsh is broken enough to leave me with an extremely low level of comprehension, and a need to refer to a dictionary with some frequency. I feel like the many people, who over … More Struggling Like a Child
Dishonesty can never be betrayed nor faithless men, nor selfishness be crossed The liar and the thief will lie in wait and they stand strong, others be damned and lost So only honest folk can be betrayed The faithful and the selfless play no game Their end goal is to love and then to … More Sonnet #49 – the anatomy of betrayal
Sonnet #44 – 2nd Carnival sonnet, an upside-down sonnet. To be read top to bottom, and bottom to top. T’is He Who turned our planet upside-down upon the cross of Christ, the Holy Clown and I would be remiss were I not glad Though sad the sight of Him whose skin was flayed So now … More Sonnet #44 – 2nd Carnival sonnet, an upside-down sonnet