Author Archives: Mac

Mr. Super

“Sometimes when Supe was stopping crimes I’ll bet that he was tempted to just quit and turn his back on man, join Tarzan in the forest but he stayed in the city, and kept on changing clothes in dirty old … Continue reading

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Two Loves

(This poem by Mac originally appeared on Diary of an Arts Farmer on Wed., Jan 16, 2013) It seems that I love You with two loves A selfish love And a simple love  That is truly worthy of You So, … Continue reading

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Migration

(This reflection by Mac was originally posted on www.amongthewhitelilies.com, an online journal of meditations, reflections and guided prayer for spiritual ragamuffins, on December 16, 2012.) Winter has come to the northern hemisphere once again, and with it — the shorter … Continue reading

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The Veil Is Thin Tonight

This poem originally appeared on the Diary of an Arts Farmer. www.diaryofanartsfarmer.com *** The veil Between heaven And earth Is thin Tonight And You My sweet Love Are most alluring Evasively intoxicating Stretched out Upon the horizon In rapturous Beguiling … Continue reading

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Press Release: “Simply Jesus” with Carl Medearis

“Simply Jesus”, a unique upcoming missional training event facilitated by The Mosaic Network and featuring Carl Medearis, international expert in the field of Muslim-Christian relations and author of several books including “Tea With Hezbollah” and his latest, “Speaking of Jesus: … Continue reading

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The Cobbled Path To Peace

World peace is a journey That begins with a single, faltering step Upon the cobbled path of inner peace. Inner peace is the perfection of inner healing. Inner healing is the fruit of acceptance. Acceptance is the tree of life … Continue reading

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In The Light Of Common Grace

As a couple who try our best to live and make everyday decisions according to a personal life rule to live simply and tread lightly upon the earth, my wife and I don’t often do a lot of shopping for … Continue reading

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Urban Sanctuary

Hey friends! We are truly pleased to be able to invite you to our very first Mosaic-facilitated fall retreat, Urban Sanctuary: learning to create sacred space in the everyday bustle of life, going September 10-11, 2011! So often we live … Continue reading

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When I Let The Bucket Down

When I let the bucket down Far into my heart To draw words of life That could anoint your skin An adorn your hair With the sweet, exotic fragrance And sun-kissed rivulets Of love and praise Befitting one so pure … Continue reading

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The Wonder Of An Arts Farm Retreat

This past weekend, six of us Arts Farmers packed up, said “so long” to the hustle and bustle of the big city and headed west to the mountains for the weekend. Sharing food, stories, laughs, games, long walks and many … Continue reading

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