What I Read in 2019

WINTER Brennan Manning, The Ragamuffin Gospel Carl McColman, Christian Mystics: 108 Seers, Saints, and Sages Zenju Earthlyn Manuel, Way of Tenderness : Awakening Through Race, Sexuality, and Gender Lauren Groff, Florida Thomas Dubay, Authenticity: A Biblical Theology of Discernment Richard Rohr with Andreas Ebert, The Enneagram: A Christian Perspective Alan Jacobs, The Year of Our Lord 1943 : Christian … Continue reading What I Read in 2019

Barabajagal; or, That Time Donovan Healed My Broken Arm

Lately I've been reminded of my love for the songs of Donovan. Whatever genre(s) you consider him to fall in, he's an outlier for me with his folkrockjazz/stonedpop/ meditatingmystical vibes. Yet several of his songs live permanently on my iPod. I even love 'I Love My Shirt.' Donovan also ticks a rare box in being a star who I met … Continue reading Barabajagal; or, That Time Donovan Healed My Broken Arm