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  • Annual Convocation

    Now is the time of our annual convocation for the Order of St. Francis. This year it is virtual through zoom. Please keep me and my brothers in your prayers. This is also an exciting time for me as I take on my new skin (my habit) and spend the next two years with the […]

  • Some music video’s I’ve come to love.

    I wanted to share some music that I have really come to love. The first is a rendition of the Our Father in Aramaic. It’s beautiful. Another awesome song is by Cloverton – God Help Me to Be. Honestly this song is more of a prayer and frankly gave me chills. It’s beautiful and I […]

  • Seems like life is so busy these days.

    So our next semester of the ESM classes has begun and this semester is exciting but a lot of work. Old Testament Exegesis for one class and the integration of chanting (Gregorian Style) into liturgy. This last one is one I am very excited about. The Old Testament Exegesis course though is going to be […]

  • Been a while

    It’s been a while since I last posted. I’ve been busy with work and esm classes and more work. I will work on doing more to post more often.

  • Bible Readings for 7/30/2019

    Today I read Matthew Chapters 5 and 6. One of my personal favorites has always been the beatitudes. Also how true is Matthew 6:34 “Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of it’s own.”

  • Daily Prayer

    Here is a link to Trinity Episcopal Church’s Daily Prayers on SoundCloud.

  • Purpose of daily devotions

    I found this to be a great explanation of why daily devotional time is so important…. There is a purpose for daily devotional practices. We do it for a reason. There is a goal to it. We want to connect back to God who calls us each by name. We want to align our priorities […]

  • Confirmation

    I was officially confirmed yesterday in the episcopal church and record I Ed as a member of Christ Church Cathedral in St. Louis. I have also started my coursework at the Episcopal School for Ministry.