Play like a Team

The mantra that our children heard growing up was, “our priorities are God, family, basketball.” They spent their childhoods in church, at family gatherings, and, yes, on the basketball court.  In addition to the colleges they ended up attending, they were and still are dedicated Gonzaga fans. Over the last 20 years they have watched … More Play like a Team

To Walk Alongside

I had seen him at a couple of Acolyte Festivals at the Cathedral when I was growing up, and his daughters were camp friends of mine, but I did not know him personally. I did, however, know him by reputation. He was a larger than life priest who was a very warm, charismatic, spiritual person, … More To Walk Alongside

Building Racial Reconciliation Together

For the last several months I have been blessed to work with an incredibly talented group of individuals preparing for the work of racial reconciliation within the context of the House of Bishops. My colleagues in this work have been three members of the Presiding Bishop’s staff: Stephanie Spellers, who is  the Canon for Evangelism … More Building Racial Reconciliation Together