I wrote this liturgy a year ago as part of a Good Friday celebration at the hospital where I work as a chaplain. Using the traditional Stations of the Cross as […]
This is a reflection I offered in Davis Chapel at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center on Good Friday (April 14, 2017) as part of the chaplain residents’ the seven last […]
Margaret Edson’s use of John Donne’s “Holy Sonnets” in her play “Wit” offers a most helpful lesson in grammar. And I feel that theologians are in a unique position to […]
I used to hate birthdays as they were the one day that I had to admit I have a father who is far from the one who art in heaven. […]
For those who might question why I use prayer as a cipher for faith, my response is that how I pray is a direct reflection of who I understand G-d […]
Here is a piece I was asked to write for Our Brother Legion a local Triad ministry that seeks to serve people living with mental illnesses by educating both clergy and his/her congregation. “Hemingway has his classic […]
Shared during a worship service with patients/families/caregivers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center (7/19/15). The words are a reflection of my experiences as a pastor and a chaplain.