I sat in the student commons across the white round table and tried not to grimace as the girl I was dating recited to me part of her seemingly endless list of my personal flaws. Every negative comment I made about a teacher or rule was discontentment. Every tiredness I felt showed sloth. My attitude [...]
Today’s challenge is to tell us a story that happened in fundyland and then let us guess whether or not it is true. The one criteria is that if the story is true it must be all true, if it is a lie then every part must be a lie. Be sure to come back [...]
Today we talk about slips, gaffes, and awkward moments and why they shouldn’t matter.
This past week I got the chance to sit down and talk to Robb and Vanessa Ryerse about fundamentalism, politics, and the new project I’ve undertaken on My Obama Year. You can check it out on Robb’s blog
Apparently preaching isn’t the only thing that Phil Kidd does badly. I love how he feels it necessary to conduct his orchestra of one.