That's a line from a Joni Mitchell song, which we listened to as we rolled over the Sierras yesterday evening. I'm back in the Bay area again, after 6 weeks away. For a variety of reasons, the blogging and the picture taking from this leg of the trip is a lot lighter than on the […]

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One of the weird things about travelling cross country with someone else that doesn't watch TV is that you hear about the things happening in the world through either brief looks at news on the web, or a background TV in a restaurant or truck stop. The invasion by Israel of Lebanon was hard for […]

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That was my SO's comment about Iowa, in the middle of a sea of corn that started in Ohio. It was very funny, but I guess you had to have been there. We took a “scenic” road through Illinois, which actually was nicer than the highway, but it was corn, followed by towns, followed by […]

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I'm in an ice cream/coffee shop in Vermillion, Ohio, which is about 40 miles west of Cleveland. We got to Cleveland, the town I lived in for 6 years in the 80s, and my SO lived for two years much more recently. We went to the West Side Market, and got a lot of great […]

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Note – If I were on livejournal, which I am not, there would be a short line at the top of this post, reading: Current mood: just simply wonderful Blog Category:  Personal

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I wanted to both wrap up my own feelings about the Blog Con, and also link to some other blogs that have summarized their experiences. It was a really great weekend. It was nice meeting so many people I'd emailed, phoned, or just read their blogs. It was nice to put faces and three-dimensional personalities […]

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Chris Tessone (Even the Devils Believe,) Mata H (Time's Fool,) Bruce Prescott (Mainstream Baptist) and I put together and led a Sunday Christian worship service for the blog con. The order of service is available in PDF format, and I've just posted the sermon on my Ministry Blog. Blog Category:  Weblogs

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Question posed: What is progressive faith? Blog Category:  Weblogs

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I thought this might be useful to post here, for people who aren't reading the Progressive Faith Blog Con blog, if it's not up your alley. This really a generally useful list. Here are the accumulated tools from the Saturday Morning Talkign Tech Panel, with Michelle Murrain (Pearlbear's Blog,) Chris Walton, (Philocrites,) and Stephen Rockwell […]

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Participants: Thurman Hart, Xpatriate Texan, Bruce Wilson, Talk2Action, Mik Moore, Jspot Blog Category:  Uncategorized

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