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Seriously. If you have gold shoes, just go ahead and wear them!

I was sitting in the open air cafe of the Museum for the Contemporary Arts in Sydney this week when I saw her. I wasn't particularly people-watching, but when you're facing the Opera House and someone walks across your line... Continue Reading →

Refuel your Hope: A TWS Collaboration

The Way Station ebook collaboration new for July 2017 - Refuel Your Hope

Reevaluating the architecture of church

I read in the Telegraph that one in six young people in the UK self-identify as Christian; of those a significant proportion say they made their decision following a visit to a church. Not to a service, just to the... Continue Reading →

Some of us in the Way Station wanted to collaborate on a work of art for Easter. Thank you to Cathy, Julie, and Christiane who also brought it all together - Switzerland, USA and Germany.

Burst in a million parts to get back to wholeness

I just had my 9th birthday 3 months before my father died. A dramatic part in this situation was that I had foreseen it some hours before or let's better say: a deep feeling within me told me that I... Continue Reading →

Discords and violent faith journeying

Suspended, Unresolved The nicest ladies taught me how to pray In Sunday Best, contained and passionless As if some cross-stitched Christ, all wafer thin And prim could only bear for me to humour him. I threw my new guitar across... Continue Reading →

Boys.

The end of the song...that is where it's at.  By "it" I meant the punch to the gut, for me.  I like Bazan's music a great deal, but I don't LOVE it all of the time.  Sometimes, there is a... Continue Reading →

Homesick

This is a favourite song from a favourite band. I feel childishly vulnerable when I hear the lyric. There is a melancholy and a longing that I observe as if a tourist. And yet I also feel the gaze as... Continue Reading →

Deconstructional Venn #3

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