Sometimes you just need to share a reflection with the world. A recent memorial service was one of those times.
More and more I’m seeing an iPad that lets me work without any artificial speed bumps in my way, and I like it.
This has been a tough week. I’ve been a pastor for 18 years, and in that time I’ve dealt with a lot of death. It kinda comes with the calling. This week has been different.
My theology of worship is mystical. I can’t count the number of times I’ve mentioned it at Central over the years, but my theology is supported by the very space in which our community worships. Central’s stained glass is filled with images from the book of Revelation
I just can’t social media anymore. I’m not a very social person to begin with, but my stomach churns whenever I read my social feeds anymore. Especially Facebook. My Facebook feed is pretty much a endless slog of vomited anger and malice at this point.
Last week Adobe decided to try an “experiment” with their Creative Cloud Photography plan which amounted to doubling the price for the service. I said, “No.” I enjoy Lightroom, I just can’t afford it. Enter On1 Photo Raw.