Archive | May, 2012
A family's shoes

International Day of Families: May 15


by Donna Sinclair A congregation operates more like a family than any other human structure. We bring to it tantrums, hungers, rivalries, allegiances, and affections just like the ones we knew as we grew up. Furthermore, we expect to see families in the pews, as microcosms of this larger community. And people do, obligingly, quite […]

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An open book

Cross-Media Creativity


by Susan McCaslin In Chapter 5 of Arousing the Spirit, “Countering War with Wonder,” I wrote about my favourite mystical poet of all time, William Blake. Blake and I have had a long and fruitful association, and he always keeps me on my toes. Currently I’ve been thinking about how Blake was what you might […]

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