Someone close to me, my wife, called my previous post my “conversion” story. I didn’t mean for it to come out that way, but in the end I guess it sort of is. However, since I don’t particularly care for the term conversion in the instances that it concerns people who are already believers in… Continue reading Changing of the Guard – Becoming Catholic
I was raised to be a Christian. My rearing began in Protestantism and eventually led me to Catholicism, on a path that seems to be pretty straight forward, but in truth was very roundabout. I was born to a Methodist minister who was ordained in the midst of the Charismatic renewal in the United Methodist… Continue reading The Problem of Belief
It has been a while since I have written anything of merit, but as I was laying in bed last night, I was reminded of Rodney King when he asked, “Can’t we all just get along.” If I say I believe homosexuality is a sin, I am damned from the left, likewise, if I come… Continue reading Walking the Road
ICCEC Canon Law The Patriarch’s Council of the International Communion of the Charismatic Episcopal Church has released its International Canon Law. The process is noted as beginning in 2009, and is now completed enough to produce this.
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On March 20, 1980, I was born to John William Holloway and (Fay) Elaine Holloway. I was not supposed to be born, my mother was not physically capable of having children (yet, she had two more). I was christened/baptized as an infant into the United Methodist Church – my dad being a pastor in the… Continue reading The Journey
First, I want to share my journal entry from “day 1” – this is the day after, once I got released from jail. My purpose is not to try and garner any sympathy, nor is it to condemn myself, but to show what does go through someones mind, at least in a very edited sense,… Continue reading The Struggle – Part 2