Author: Eric Larkin

December 10th, 2015

The End of the Year

The end of the year. Even in Los Angeles, winter reminds us of our mortality, or at least our frailty. We’re thankful we don’t live in iceboxes like Chicago or Minneapolis, but our pace of life is its own kind of icy wasteland. We stumble along, burdened by waist-deep snow made of unrelenting social and […]

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May 28th, 2015

Gettin’ Churched in Kids Club

Late last year, about the only thing I had not done at this church, because it always felt way out of my skillset, was Kids Club. What little I did know about children I learned from my little cousins, but they see me more as an indestructible toy or a freelance pet, and their parents […]

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