Delving into Patristics with Accordance

The story of Christian spirituality and theology is both deep and many-threaded. Exploring some of the less-travelled paths of our spiritual tradition, for Western Christians at any rate, is a both a challenging and rewarding endeavor.

A Bit Of An Upgrade

Over the last few years my “mobile” computer of choice has been my iPad Pro. It’s small, light, and does what I need it to do. It has, in fact, become so central to my workflow I opted to upgrade my 12.9 iPad Pro, and let my 2014 MacBook Pro age away. In the Fall…

Pale Rider–Reviewing the 1918 Influenza Pandemic

Soon after it became clear CoVid-19 was going to become a pandemic I decided I would take the time to read up on the “Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918. I’d had a bit of exposure to its history, as the church I was attending during college had served as a hospital during that era, but other than that I was in the dark. I needed to know more.

Holy Solitude, An Accordance Module Review

Lent may be my favorite season of the Liturgical year, so I jumped when Accordance offered me a copy of Holy Solitude, by Heidi Haverkamp, in exchange for an honest review.

Affinity Publisher

For the past several years, I’ve been putting together ABCNJ’s Annual Directory in Adobe InDesign. It was a nice tool to use, especially for the type of data I needed to include, and had several features I required to make the layout work 1. Before the 6.0 redesign I’d been using Apple Pages for this…

Going Old School

A few months back I caught an article about the return of an old-school arcade to a mall not too far from where I live. I made a mental note to check it out at an opportune time, but hadn’t found a good block to get over there until yesterday.