Are you a Christian in the liturgical tradition? Welcome! One of the purposes of this blog is to provide a place for Christians in liturgical churches to meet. Resources are also posted to help you strengthen your faith. This all takes place in a “safe” setting where debates or criticisms of beliefs held by liturgical churches are simply not allowed, just honest discussion.
Are You a Christian From Another Type of Church? Once again, welcome! Visitors from other traditions within Christianity are also welcome. It’s my hope that you’ll find that the content posted here enriches your faith. As the number of liturgical resources listed grows, I’m hoping that non-liturgical congregations will also find them helpful for their congregation’s growth.
Have You Given Up on Christianity? Welcome, and please don’t give up on all of us yet. While this site is not intended to replace membership in a local congregation, I hope it will help you look at things in another way. The perspective of this site uses Scripture as the final authority, while looking to the wisdom of the earliest Christian leaders for help in understanding key doctrines.
To all: Come, taste and see that the LORD is good.
I’ve lived in Texas for several years but am a New Englander by birth, with the alleged Boston accent to prove it <g>. Currently, I’m in the Diocese of Northwest Texas.
By profession, I’m an e-commerce store owner, part-time merchandiser, and freelance writer. I’ve also been trying my hand at becoming a sometimes-novelist, with one story involving a family’s escape from a cult .
Eventually, I hope to run my mom’s and my online store as a full-time business. I’m also a lay Eucharistic minister in my local parish, which involves assisting in distributing communion and reading the Bible lessons or intercessory prayers.
Politically, I identify as a moderate-to-liberal Democrat. I seldom get into politics on my blog, unless it pertains to some sort offaith issue. However, I did want to mention this because of the common assumption that most Christians identify with GOP, Religious Right or Tea Party beliefs – not so.
I do allow some of the content to be reprinted with permission, feel free to ask me about appropriate restrictions. I’m pretty fair about it 🙂