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It’s Friday in the Way Station, and time for a chat…

Friday in the Way Station has been BLOG UPDATE DAY for a while. Each week we've all cheered loudly, chimed our glasses together, and eaten ice cream. (In virtual terms, a wild party is only ever 12 keyboard taps away,... Continue Reading →

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TWS Conversation 9 – David, on faith journey, community and friends – online and offline

My conversation with David

Capitalism and Desire

Peter Rollins remarked that Todd McGowan's book Capitalism and Desire is a very good book. Maybe it is a good book for Pete, but for us mere mortals it is a very tough read.  I group the book with those... Continue Reading →

TWS Conversation 8 – Emma, on Greenbelt Blogging (and some live music)

“The guy selling T-shirts used the T-shirts as bandages.” - a man in Manchester this week

Some advice I took

I was raised Catholic in America by English parents. I grew up, went to college, wandered off on my own. Years later, I was practicing walking meditation at a Buddhist monastery that turned out to be thronged by lapsed Catholics.... Continue Reading →

Virtual Community: One year that feels like a lifetime… in a good way!

The quote above was Phil's on 26/5/16. I liked it, so I memed it that same day... 🙂 Stories are worth remembering, I wanted to mark a point we've reached on this day in the journey of the Way Station. Today, it's exactly... Continue Reading →

Much violence is based on the illusion that life is a property to be defended and not to be shared. - Henri Nouwen

Playing Another Man’s Material

There are very few constants over the last 20 years of my life. One of them is the friendship of my good buddy, Ryan. Another is the work of singer/songwriter/entrepreneur derek webb. (He doesn't capitalize his own name, so why... Continue Reading →

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