Monthly Archives: April 2015

The stranger among us

Mistakes can teach some of life’s greatest lessons. Without mistakes, I think life could not be perfect. In the book The World According to Mister Rogers, Fred Rogers illustrates that point in the story of a young apprentice who applied for a job with a master carpenter. During the job interview, the older man wanted […]

Living resurrection

The resurrection of Jesus, I confess, grows less interesting to me as I grow older. It’s not, I think, because my edge has grown dull in thirty-five years of trying to say something new and worthwhile about Easter. It’s because in this season of my life the issue of Easter has changed. Today I’m less […]