I am astounded at how little we (the church) hear of God's long-term plans, and of esteem (appropriately understood) of our identity. We should be in a community where such conversation and esteem of one another is common place. I think people - and in particular, people outside the church, may well fear the implications. But, … Continue reading A community to believe in.
Throwing a party to celebrate "the way things are" in the United States (and in the world...), is important to do; but also painful. I am David, and I am organising for a worship tour in the East Coast in July 2017.* There is good reason to celebrate in the United States. There is a God, He … Continue reading Celebrating in the United States
In high school, I wanted to be a diplomat. I suppose I thought that that would be some time off. For the time, it was math, physics, English and economics. And later, when university came, maybe. But when university came, there were other concerns on my mind. I chose to study Commerce (and Information Systems), … Continue reading Diplomacy, and the church.