Wednesday, January 04, 2006

What kind of pastor am I, anyway?

I've recently been accused of identifying myself as a pastor in my profile without saying much about my church within the context of that pronouncement—yes, in spite of the fact that the church website is prominently linked at the top of my blog. Anyway, wouldn't you know it, our church was recently featured in the denomination's online newsletter. The article was about our commission of art pieces for use in worship during Advent, the season leading up to Christmas. This project was spearheaded not by me but by my friend and colleague Mike, who deserves great credit for making this happen. But still, it says something about Artisan, and I thought you might be interested. To read the article, click here.

But the accusation was not entirely unfounded, I suppose. It's been a while since I posted anything of much theological significance, so I hope to do that soon.

1 comment:

T. M. Gagnon said...

I couldn't get past the first paragraph of that article. I'm glad we were featured &c., but what the crap is with putting commissioned in quotes? Was the concept a novelty? Did the author feel that churches didn't really do that sort of thing? Is it a mere editorial mistake? Anyway, it was insulting enough in the moment for me to skip the rest. Also, I'm lazy.