I look endlessly for songs that move me; songs that carry me to a new place or introduce me to a new contour in the human experience – and in particular our experience as it relates to a God who moves dynamically in our world. I believe songs should reflect the creative spirit of a… Read More Song Review – “Safe” by Attalus
All props for this recipe go to Jeremy–sole creator and master of all things pumpkin soupish. Ingredients: One half large, sweet onion, chopped. Lots of butter….maybe a 1/2 stick? (We should keep better track…it’s just for sauteing the onions. Use your judgement. Or use olive oil.) 1 quart of veggie stock. 6-8 cups mashed, cooked… Read More 30 Days of Fall! Day 3-Pumpkin Soup
It’s one of the most random things, but I absolutely love towns. Especially tiny little villages where people live and work and experience community together. When we travel I absolutely love passing through towns and villages of all kinds, and of all the hamlets we’ve seen in our sojourns, there is nothing like small villages… Read More Kingfield, Maine and Carrabassett Coffee
The fire service has much in common with church, the arts, and other fun hobbies; on one hand it values its heritage, and on the other it seeks progress. As a member of the Washington Hook and Ladder Company in Ashland, I have the rare treat of being part of a company that marries both… Read More Brutus – It’s a Classic
The Fall of ’94 was awesome; one of the most salient and poignant times of my life. As a freshman at ENC every opportunity was open to me, and I took advantage of them all, but there was something about that first Autumn; Autumn in Boston filled me with a new, clear sense of possibility… Read More Proud Alumni
Only one time have I ever rented a car. And I’ve been driving for a really long time. Like, early 90’s ago. But in a strange turn of events I ended up having not one, but two rental cars (both in my name) at my house at the same time. The Ford Fusion in the background… Read More How I managed to rent two cars on the same day.