Unplugging (And a Demo of “Tell Myself”)

Tuesday morning sunrise at Camp Coho.

A few weeks back I was in a church meeting, and the self-care of ministers came up. A longtime Northaven member, who’s seen a lot of things, told me, “Eric, I think you do an excellent job at self-care. Better than any other minister I’ve  known.” She was mainly commenting on the fact that I’ve […]

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"He carries it with him, wherever he goes…" (Kerrville 2009)

“He carries it with him,Wherever he goes.He carries it with him,More than he knows.”— Larry Murante I am still so filled up and bubbling over with people that I don’t know what to do with myself. Beautiful, incredible people from Kerrville Folk Festival…beautiful wonderful old friends at Annual Conference…just lots of experiences rattling around in […]

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Kerrville 2007

So, the following are other folk’s Kerr-impressions. Check back often these next two weeks for updates. Here’s the link that will take you to the full page of entries. And when you visit again, be sure and refresh your browser so that you’ll see anything that’s been updated. Day Two Brian “the Breadman” Wolfsohn: We’re […]

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Picalalooza: Richard Ruane’s Kerrville pics are cool

New Folk Finalist Richard Ruane has posted a lot of shots from the Kerrville Folk Festival. As you’re reading my summary , it might be nice to also check out these pics . Of note are perhaps the only 360 panorama pictures ever taken at Kerrville. Here’s the second one. In my entry, I spoke […]

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Kerrville 2005: Looong ramblings about this year’s festival

Several of you wrote me in May to ask if I’d be doing this again, so I will. Gratifying to know someone’s actually reading. But the thing I need to make abundandly clear is that these are MY thoughts about what I experienced. Please don’t write me to say “hey, you didn’t mention the cool […]

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