Babel or Pentecost?

Technology. If we wrestle the word down to its basic meaning, it has to do with the bending of the natural order to our own purposes. Techne  means “skill” or “know-how” in Greek, so technology means how we man...

Yin & Yang

"The church needs to use technology to save people from their technology" The universe is approximately 13.7 billion years old. Dr. David Christian from San Diego State University, suggests that instead of try...

Technology: A blessing or a curse?

The world today operates on technology, whether we like it or not . . . communications, information and knowledge allride on the World Wide Web. In our digital era of smartphones and social media, it seems near...

Deleting distractions

This article originally appeared at www.GrowChristians.org, a ministry of Forward Movement committed to helping families grow together in faith. © 2017 Forward Movement.   I  am embarrassed to say dele...

Technology important for healthy aging

This article originally appeared on the official blog for Episcopal Retirement Services and is reprinted with permission. For more expert advice on positive aging, visit episcopalretirement.com/blog.   ...

Virtual community

This post is reprinted with permission from Episcopal Church Foundation Vital Practices www.ecfvp.org, March 9, 2017.   Nearly every morning, I enjoy morning prayer time with a group of friends. I thin...

Opening doors for Bryce

“Blessed are the clean of heart, for they shall see the kingdom of God.” Matthew 5:8 Bryce No one ever plans or rarely asks for a child with special needs. However, I have learned that maybe they should,...

Sign of the times

When I came to St. Timothy’s in 1993, we had a worn out wooden sign on Beechmont Avenue that advertised our name and service times. When we undertook a full-scale building campaign in 1997, changing the nature ...