The Value of a Natural Moment

A couple of weeks ago, I got to hike through the beautiful desert of Wadi Rum in southern Jordan. My friends and I hiked through sand for eight hours the first day, slept under the full moon, and climbed a rock mountain the second day. At one point during the trip, our tour guide askedContinue reading “The Value of a Natural Moment”

Racial Injustice and God

On February 17th, 2010 Anne C. Bailey walked into the room asking, “Is God part of the problem or part of the solution?” and I walked out with an answer.  That answer begins with one concept: as worshippers the world over will tell you, God is love. Two kinds of people among us will addressContinue reading “Racial Injustice and God”

Running Around The World

I made a good friend today, and I will never see him again. December 13, 2009 Prague, Czech Republic This past fall I spent  five days in Prague, Czech Republic as part of an eighteen-day trip through Europe.    Late one afternoon I took off from Plus Prague Hostel and went for a run inContinue reading “Running Around The World”