Christmas Poem XXII: “Snowflakes Fall”

Every year, I write a poem for Christmas, and include it in my Christmas cards to friends and family. For the days leading up to Christmas, I'm publishing all of my Christmas poems here, as a kind of Advent calendar. Today's poem was written in 2013. Snowflakes fall on city streets Slowing cars and crunching … Continue reading Christmas Poem XXII: “Snowflakes Fall”

Christmas Poem VII: “Maybe It Will Snow”

Every year, I write a poem for Christmas, and include it in my Christmas cards to friends and family. For the days leading up to Christmas, I'm publishing all of my Christmas poems here, as a kind of Advent calendar. Today's poem was written in 1998, when I was a student at seminary.   Maybe … Continue reading Christmas Poem VII: “Maybe It Will Snow”

Christmas Poem IV: “The Snow Falls Deep”

Every year, I write a poem for Christmas, and include it in my Christmas cards to friends and family. For the days leading up to Christmas, I'm publishing all of my Christmas poems here, as a kind of Advent calendar. Today's poem was written in 1995, when I was a junior in college.   The … Continue reading Christmas Poem IV: “The Snow Falls Deep”

Labyrinth of the Week #5: Kirkridge Retreat Center

I enjoy walking labyrinths. Labyrinths are maze-like structures that have been used as spiritual tools for centuries. There are many of them around, and I have started the habit of trying to visit them, perhaps once a week. For more information on labyrinths, check out The Labyrinth Society.  There's a big snowstorm coming tonight. It's … Continue reading Labyrinth of the Week #5: Kirkridge Retreat Center