Lowell Grisham, an Episcopal priest and Rector at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Fayetteville, Arkansas, has a blog. Though my shadow doesn’t darken the door of a church too often, on a few of the few occasions that it has I’ve enjoyed Lowell’s sermons. I’ve been on his email list since I left Fayetteville. He also writes a column in what used to be my local newspaper (the web edition of which is lovingly put together by my friend Steve). I’ve always found Lowell to be a very accessible person, one always willing to discuss things and not one who has a problem with you seeing things differently (a sharp contrast to the religious tradition in which I was raised). So I look forward to giving his blog a spin.
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