The Mockingbird’s Leap – back for 2010

Remember the Advent project, The Mockingbird’s Leap? Well, we’re going to resurrect it in modified form. I was prompted by a comment from my friend Tim Van Meter on last Friday’s Stringfellow quotation. He said he thought he might read some WS during Advent and I suggested I would join him. Then we thought, why not get a few people to join in, maybe even blog about it.

So after a year of a hiatus, it’s back. Not sure how busy it will be, but certainly if we can encourage more to read WS then something has been achieved.

Anyway, if this sounds like something you’d be interested in, I can get you log in details for the blog and you can join in. If you’ve never blogged, don’t worry, it’s dead easy.

And as for the reading, well, Bill Wylie Kellermann’s ‘A Keeper of the Word’ is available but might need to be tracked down, and is probably the best introduction, but a number of his books have been republished in recent years. You might be interested in ‘A Simplicity of Faith’ a beautiful book on grief and mourning or ‘An Ethic for Christians and Other Aliens in a Strange Land’. But try whatever is available.

If you’re interested drop me an email, leave a comment, whatever, and we’ll get going.

6 thoughts on “The Mockingbird’s Leap – back for 2010

  1. I’d be up for it. I’ve been feeling the call of the blog in recent days, and this would be a lovely way to share advent reflections…

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