Monthly Archives: June 2007


“If we can simply be sad, there is hope. Sadness is the appropriate response to looking our poor, miserable selves square in the eye, denying nothing yet refusing to condemn. Sadness is the sign that we are finally giving up on trying to atone for our own sin. Sadness is the beginning of mercy. We… Read more »


In May we began an experiment in our community. We have friendships with several other intentional communities and one thing many of them have in common is the practice of not having televisions in their homes. All of them watch movies and various programming. None of them think TV is an evil in and of… Read more »