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Life is Like a Neon Light – The Group Monthly Letter (May)

by Geoff Hall on May 19, 2013

Life is like a Neon Light: It crackles and burst with energy, it lights up a bland urban landscape, it illuminates, it guides, it attracts the eye.     This is the kind of life I want: Pulsating, Enigmatic, Crackling (…)

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The Group – April’s Letter

by Geoff Hall on April 29, 2013

Signs of life, Signs of Resurrection Hi, I have been reading Peter Rollins book ‘Insurrection’ and looking for signs of resurrection. As we met at the April Tree House, it was obvious to me that many of us are ‘sharing (…)

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The Group Monthly Letter – October, 2012

by Geoff Hall on October 31, 2012

October, 2012.  Alluring Spirituality   Hi, I’ve been pondering the last Tree House discussion and that call to ‘something deeper’ as mentioned in the work of film-maker Robert Bresson. Paul Schrader noted that he,   “[creates] disparity by giving [his] characters a (…)

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The Wilderness and the Desert of the Real is #2 in the Kindle Store (religious art)

by Geoff Hall on July 26, 2012

Hi, I’m not sure why it has this classification , because it’s about ‘spirituality and art’, but hey! Please check out The Wilderness and the Desert of the Real at the Amazon store. Let’s see if we can make it (…)

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Art is a Spiritual Discipline – with material consequences

by Geoff Hall on August 12, 2010

a closing parenthesis: Art is, first and foremost a spiritual discipline.  That is not to say ethereal and disembodied, disconnected from the world.  It is a spiritual discipline with material consequences. It is therefore just like life, where ‘soul meets (…)

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June 2010 – Monthly Letter

by Geoff Hall on July 1, 2010

June, 2010. CURIOSITY Dear Mentoring Group, For my birthday I was bought a copy of ‘The Message’, to replace the loose-leafed edition I currently use. I just can’t put it down. After nearly 36 years of being a Christian it (…)

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