We see it and hear it again: another disaster with loss of many lives. A real tragedy. Natural sadness and grief. But, predictable as ever, super-natural faith appears to tell us what God was up to in this terrible event. We hear it again and again. . .miracle of miracles. . .some are saved! It […]Read More If I Was God: Disasters
This season has been beautiful in many ways, especially with the rains, the green and a bright sunny walk by the ocean on my Christmas Birthday. The darker side was shown by scammers and frauds. An elderly person I work with was “taken” by a phone scam and lost hundreds of dollars. A professional woman […]Read More Santa Fraud
Some of my favorite images of Winter Life from my Photography collection. Feel free to share some of your images that celebrate the Solstice, Nature’s Holiday. All Photos copyright Chris HighlandRead More Solstice Scenes
These FREE posters are in HIGH demand (slight exaggeration there), so I’ve made more of them to tack on church doors, slip into pew bibles, use as menorah candles or wrap your yule log in (oh, I guess that might not work!). Have fun. . .think. . .and have more fun. . .into the New […]Read More More Secular Chaplain Posters for the Holidays!
“TOYS” (Christmas Baby)Read More The REAL “War on Christmas”
It’s only been, oh, let’s say, 50 years, since I wore this Cub Scout kerchief. I still take it with me on hikes to wipe the. . .well, you can guess. Now and then someone on the trail will recognize it. “Hey, isn’t that from the Scouts”? For some reason I never went on to […]Read More Cub Scout’s Honor!
I’m always pleased when Religion, specifically the Church Religion, takes a step forward, makes progress. . .moves, at all. Honestly, though, it’s not so pleasing. . .I find it both humorous and sad. At the moment, we can congratulate the Rev. Libby Lane, the first woman ever named Bishop by the Anglican Church. Church of […]Read More Progress in the Religion of Church