Southern Baptists, DC Shootings, and Whole Foods: Hard Lens Media Radio #3

Listen to “Hard Lens Media Radio Episode 3 — June 17th, 2017” on Spreaker. This week we welcomed special guest Dr. Gregory Singleton, professor emeritus of the department of history at Northeastern Illinois University. We discussed Amazon’s proposed takeover of Whole Foods, the Southern Baptist Convention’s resolution against the alt.right, political violence in the wake…

Hard Lens Media Radio, Episode 2 — Hard Lens Media

Listen to “Hard Lens Media Radio” on Spreaker. The show featured a call in by Jordan Chariton of TYT Politics, as well as a review of “Our Revolution” by Senator Bernie Sanders. There was also plenty of reporting from our crew about the happenings at The People’s Summit here in Chicago. Tune in every Saturday…

Hard Lens Media Radio Makes its Debut on Que4.org

My new radio show with Hard Lens Media is now available for streaming! Tune in live every Saturday from 11am to 12:50pm on Que4.org, 1680 AM in some areas of Chicago, or via iTunes or TuneInRadio.

Hard Lens Media Radio

  I’m pleased to report that my new media startup, Hard Lens Media, will begin a weekly radio show at Que 4 Radio in Chicago. You can tune into our show at 11am through 1pm (central time) every Saturday at 1640 AM, Que4.org, ITunesĀ Radio, TuneIn Radio, and InternetRadio. For regular updates, Like or Follow our…

A Caution Against Avoiding Troublemakers in Group Work — Necessary Strivings

Photo Credit: By Jim.henderson (Own work) [CC0], via Wikimedia Commons[/caption] Some musings on why paying attention to “troublemakers” can have its advantages in spiritual schools: “A willingness to listen to organizational critique is important, particularly given the tendency among some Gurdjieffians to become identified with our group or school. If we can see the traps…

The Woes of Tiny Churches

My tiny church, The Community of St. James, had its first service in a long while at our new location. Hilarity did not quite ensue, but it was still an adventure.