I wondered if living like a Child not only keeps us young at heart, but is, in a sense, eternity.
A Monk as James Bond? Maybe not. But the brothers at Taizé seem to having something going for them. Join me as I try and find out what— Part 1 of 3.
After 20 minutes at the Dentist’s, I leave with much more than just clean teeth.
This post features a bonus chapter written while I was working at a school for orphans in Kenya. It’s one of my favorites but I decided not to include it in The Definition of Success. Hope you enjoy!
Four friends gather around a game of Settlers of Catan and a mini-keg of Heineken, discussing matters of eternity.
As I prepared to leave Taizé, a conversation I had with a young German girl helped my make sense of my recent spiritual journey by showing me the importance of love and risk in a life of purpose.
In Part II of my Taizé series I discuss the way the community embraces complexity as a channel for reconciliation. Could this give hope for American Society?
This first edition of a three-part blog series reflecting on my time in Taizé— an ecumenical monastic community in Europe— explores the appeal of Taizé as a ministry of simplicity amid our complex and confusing world.
A few encounters of diversity and love that give me hope
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