Josh Garrels and embodied art

What makes good music? This is a highly subjective question to answer, especially in an age of iTunes, Noisetrade, Songza and countless other avenues we use to indulge our musical tastes. Quantity can definitely overshadow quality; marketability can mean as much or more than… Read more →

Advent: The cosmic battle

As you begin this reflection, I invite you to start by reading Revelation 12, the most forgotten Christmas passage in scripture.  Mary, Joseph, the shepherds and the magi were not the only ones to witness the newborn king. A dragon also saw… Read more →

Advent: Give gifts without guilt

As our celebrations of the birth of Christ draw near, the stores are filled with toys and books, gadgets and bright lights, ribbons and bows. We are bombarded with messages to ‘buy more’ and ‘buy now’ because we’ve convinced ourselves… Read more →