Monthly Archives: April 2007

Sorry About The Typos

In re-reading my last entry I noticed a couple of words my typing fingers had messed up. Most of us can fill in the blanks but it does tend to break the flow and I apologize. I could tell you … Continue reading

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A Blast from the Past

During my stint at Michigan State University in the early to mid seventies, I was officially enrolled and taking poetry classes from some of the best poets around. The picture above I took of a class taught by Diane Wakoski … Continue reading

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Making Connections

In Blog-Land there is tsunami brewing about what is loosely called simple or organic church. So much so a person could spend literally days checking out all the blogs about it and links leading one to an fro and so … Continue reading

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More Musical Notations – Part Three

It is not my wish to beat something into the ground, but I think I have maybe the third and last (for now) part of what I began two entries ago. Much of my thinking time occurs in my car … Continue reading

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More Musical Notations – Part Two

In my last entry I attempted to convey a sense of passion that I find many times in secular music but lacking in contemporary Christian music. And since I don’t think I fully explained myself, I will take another shot … Continue reading

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A Musical Notation

One of the sub-plots of my life has been focused around my love for poetry. And I guess one of the reasons I am attracted to poetry is because a good poem can help us see what is underneath the … Continue reading

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Reluctant Servant

In light of this weeks tragedy at Virginia Tech, it seems almost criminal to ponder my own weaknesses and wonderings—trials and tribulations—safe and secure here in blog-land. Of course our prayers go out to the families who have had loved … Continue reading

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