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Summer at Nashotah House: The Definitive Seminarian To-Do List
Posted on August 15, 2012
Tweet Months out, it always seems like an easy task to “study biblical Greek over the summer.” You know, just pack your flashcards every time you go out, grab some...
A Toast to the 1662
Posted on March 22, 2012
Tweet Last night the giant Maple Tree by the 150 year-old Red Chapel bloomed neon. It looks like God crocheted bright lime green buds on a medieval tapestry, a beautiful...
Posted on November 8, 2011
Tweet As I knelt this morning, and I listened to the choir of angels and bodiless spirits, the gentle voice of November rain, and the slow, sacred melody of the...
As we come to the setting of the sun
Posted on July 18, 2011
Tweet Its summer time now. Many of the students have gone, whether on vacations, doing internships or having moved away after graduation. It is strange to see the campus so...
The Texture and Color of the Chapel (Part 1)
Posted on May 9, 2011
Tweet Here are a few images I took today. More to come.
The Beauty & Texture of the Library
Posted on May 5, 2011
Tweet Today I took a walk around Nashotah with my camera. I found myself in the Library and soon became immersed in the shelves of books. The book covers have...
Friends of the House
An Uncommon Institution
Diary of an Arts Pastor
Not by Bread Alone: Pondering Theology and Food
The Ascetical Life
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