Emmaus Labyrinth #61: Unitarian Universalist Congregation of York, PA

This is one of a series of posts about a trip I took to walk labyrinths in July 2022. See this post to see why I refer to these labyrinths as my "Emmaus labyrinths." Note: the numbering refers not to how many labyrinths I walked on this trip, but to the total number I've blogged … Continue reading Emmaus Labyrinth #61: Unitarian Universalist Congregation of York, PA

Emmaus Labyrinth #59: St. John’s United Church of Christ, Chambersburg, PA

This is one of a series of posts about a trip I took to walk labyrinths in July 2022. See this post to see why I refer to these labyrinths as my "Emmaus labyrinths." Note: the numbering refers not to how many labyrinths I walked on this trip, but to the total number I've blogged … Continue reading Emmaus Labyrinth #59: St. John’s United Church of Christ, Chambersburg, PA

Emmaus Labyrinth #57: Biddle Mission Park, Carlisle, PA

This is one of a series of posts about a trip I took to walk labyrinths in July 2022. See this post to see why I refer to these labyrinths as my "Emmaus labyrinths." Note: the numbering refers not to how many labyrinths I walked on this trip, but to the total number I've blogged … Continue reading Emmaus Labyrinth #57: Biddle Mission Park, Carlisle, PA

Emmaus Labyrinth #56: Monaghan Presbyterian Church, Dillsburg, PA

This is one of a series of posts about a trip I took to walk labyrinths in July 2022. See this post to see why I refer to these labyrinths as my "Emmaus labyrinths." Note: the numbering refers not to how many labyrinths I walked on this trip, but to the total number I've blogged … Continue reading Emmaus Labyrinth #56: Monaghan Presbyterian Church, Dillsburg, PA

Emmaus Labyrinth #55: Mt. Calvary Episcopal Church, Camp Hill, PA

This is one of a series of posts about a trip I took to walk labyrinths in July 2022. See this post to see why I refer to these labyrinths as my "Emmaus labyrinths." Note: the numbering refers not to how many labyrinths I walked on this trip, but to the total number I've blogged … Continue reading Emmaus Labyrinth #55: Mt. Calvary Episcopal Church, Camp Hill, PA

Darkwater is Free on Kindle for Prime Day!

Today and tomorrow (July 12-13) are Prime Day at Amazon. For these two days only, the Kindle edition of my book Darkwater: A Pastor's Memoir of Faith and Depression is free for purchase! If you haven't gotten a copy yet, now is a great time! If you've already purchased your copy, consider getting it as … Continue reading Darkwater is Free on Kindle for Prime Day!

Reviews Wanted!

Thank you so much to all who have purchased a copy of Darkwater: A Pastor's Memoir of Depression and Faith. I hope that you have had a chance to start reading it, and I hope that you've found it meaningful. It's certainly not too late to pick up a copy! It's available online at Amazon, … Continue reading Reviews Wanted!

The Mercy I’ve Been Shown (Sermon)

This is an adapted version of the sermon I preached this morning, the twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time. The gospel reading was Luke 8:26-39. The sermon was clearly inspired in part by the recent release of my book, Darkwater. The stories in scripture are our stories of faith, stories that tell us about ourselves and … Continue reading The Mercy I’ve Been Shown (Sermon)

Darkwater Release Today!

My first book, Darkwater: A Pastor's Memoir of Depression and Faith is now available for purchase! Paperback and e-book editions are available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and everywhere books are sold. Request it at your favorite bookshop! Click here to order from Amazon. Click here to order from Barnes & Noble. Click here for … Continue reading Darkwater Release Today!

A Question for You about the Good Voices

In just two days, my first book, Darkwater: A Pastor’s Memoir of Depression and Faith, will officially be released. I’ve been asking you some questions related to themes in the book. I invite you to answer in the comment section! In the book Darkwater, I talk about hearing the voice of God throughout my life. … Continue reading A Question for You about the Good Voices