Stories by Bernard Mason

Friday, June 6, 2014

Why do we separate from the world?

As a sufferer of neuropathy resulting from chemotherapy, I often use our transit system and now see this city through different eyes. 
By Bernard Mason

Friday, April 18, 2014

Memories remind of everlasting Easter

Without Easter every Sunday would be a memento mori ? a remembrance of one who had lived and, like us, met death.
By Bernard Mason

Make Easter everlasting

Without Easter every Sunday would be a memento mori -- a remembrance of one who had lived and, like us, met death.
By Bernard Mason

Friday, Feb. 28, 2014

Seeing purple can change a soul

By turning us inward Lent turns us outward. Like Jesus facing his own desert days, we confront the many forces competing for our souls and our sanity. It takes the absence of color for us to get ...
By Bernard Mason

Friday, Sept. 6, 2013

As a people and a church, we must die to ourselves

Isn't it interesting that so many of our historical churches have cemeteries on their properties?
By Bernard Mason

Top headlines

Daniel Field removes trees, lights structures in airspace

Daniel Field, managed by operations company Augusta Aviation, has spent more than $30,000 conducting land surveys, removing 30 trees and installing red blinking lights on top of the Newman Tennis ...
Search Augusta jobs