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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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“We must be ready to allow ourselves to be interrupted by God.” ― Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Tech Savvy Theology 

HELLO WORLD! So I'm fresh out of studying theology. I've been on this endeavor for about the past 4.5 years and literally I'm in it everyday. So I'm straight up done with that conjecture war and moving on to computer... Continue Reading →

“We must never underestimate our power to be wrong when talking about God, when thinking about God, when imagining God, whether in prose or in poetry. A generous orthodoxy, in contrast to the tense, narrow, or controlling orthodoxies of so... Continue Reading →

You either walk inside your own story and own it, or you stand outside your story and hustle for your worthiness. - Brene Brown

Doubting Certainty

To really appreciate a bottle of wine one must give it time to breathe. By allowing wine to mix and mingle with air, the wine will typically warm up and the wine's aromas will open up. The flavor profile will soften and... Continue Reading →

The Divine Journey of Self-Discovery

It’s incredibly ironic that I’m writing this piece at 2am. Because today I want to talk about my journey of faith and self-discovery….and the insomnia I’m experiencing right now is directly attributable to this. But to talk about this properly,... Continue Reading →

The path of descent is the path of transformation. Darkness, failure, relapse, death, and woundedness are our primary teachers, rather than ideas or doctrines. - Richard Rohr

First, Unclench Your Fists

Many of us here have expressed the debt we feel we owe to Henri Nouwen, who is still one of the most popular spiritual writers of our time. In his illustrious career Nouwen wrote more than forty books, among them the... Continue Reading →

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