Eat. Enough. Give. (Matthew 6:11)

This is the sermon on the Disciple’s Prayer from Sunday morning. This morning we step foot inside the second strand of the Disciple’s prayer, the ethics strand, the strand that gives us guidance on how we are to live in the day to day. We see that even the God of the cosmos is alsoContinue reading “Eat. Enough. Give. (Matthew 6:11)”

An Old Mennonite Rendering of The Disciple’s Prayer

I came across this old Mennonite rendering of the Disciple’s Prayer and love it. Abba Father God, Bless your holy name. Let your reign come now, Let your desires be carried out. Bring your peace to birth, As in heav’n, so on Earth Give us bread, daily; Free us, as we free. When the wayContinue reading “An Old Mennonite Rendering of The Disciple’s Prayer”

Dive! The Film: A Review of Jeremy Seifert’s Documentary on Dumpster Diving

At Camas Friends Church, we’ve been doing a monthly film and discussion group we’re calling “Last Sundays for the Earth.” The purpose of the event is to watch a film, or have a person come in and facilitate a discussion, around issues in sustainable living (and what we can do about it as the church).Continue reading “Dive! The Film: A Review of Jeremy Seifert’s Documentary on Dumpster Diving”

Limiting Access: Flickr and Archiving Our Children’s Lives

I’ve been pretty open about sharing our lives online. I regularly post photos on flickr, videos on vimeo, post updates to twitter and facebook and even blog here (on this blog and our family blog “Weird Fishes”) and there about what’s going on with our family. But It’s been an uneasy tension for me. HowContinue reading “Limiting Access: Flickr and Archiving Our Children’s Lives”