Blessed are you who are able to take out things both old and new from your storeroom. Ever since I heard this in my sophomore year in high school, this concept has stayed with me and influenced my life. That sentence was a paraphrase of a recollection of Matthew, an early convert into the company of Jesus of Nazareth (Mathew 13:51). I like to think Matthew was recalling a time when he was encouraged to be aware that all of what he knew and had done would be a continual source of empowerment both in his own life and in the lives of those he met.
It is in this spirit – bringing out things old and new – that this store-room has been created. You will find here works that have been and continue to be sources of growth and empowerment for me and many others. My hope is that you also will find insight and invitation for new investigations into wholeness.