I. What We Share with Others Share and Share Alike As human beings, we know something of who we are by where we came from. Many of us identify ourselves by both the place we were born and the family we were born into. Being a Jarrell from Marietta, Georgia is very different than being … Continue reading What is a Methodist I
My grandfather was what you might have termed, a rounder. He had a very colorful life with many interesting adventures before he came to the faith somewhat later in life. My grandfather’s conversion made life interesting for my mother and her brothers and sisters, since the older ones knew him first as the rounder and … Continue reading Musings: How Much Truth Do We Really Want?
Imagine a campfire, flames leaping into the air, sparks popping and crackling from the wood fueling the blaze. The night sky spreads out overhead, the twinkling of stars dotting the stygian canvas. All around is the cimmerian curtain which has fallen, denying Helios for a time. Around the false sun, a small band of relatives … Continue reading Storytelling