Tag Archives: L’Abri

Flashback Friday: Spinach Soup & Ontology

It took me a while to decide what to rehash for today’s post. I’m glad I finally landed here. It was a good reminder. Confronted by Community Welcome to L’Abri. The floors squeak and the walls are thin. Opening a … Continue reading

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L’Abri Wedding Roadtrip Extravaganza

In tribute to the end of The Season, I thought I’d share a story from one of the weddings I went to this summer. What I did not find on this trip was a tall, handsome Dutchman. Shame. What I … Continue reading

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Picking up Where We Left Off

Several of my friends from different terms at L’Abri found their way to Dallas last week. I was out on the town all week long having little L’Abri-like conversations about life and relationships and spirituality and sex and Obama and … Continue reading

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Living Apocalypse

Greg Laughery is the director of L’Abri Fellowship, a small English-speaking community nuzzled in the breathtaking Swiss Alps. It is a shelter and a home away from home for many, myself included. I spent the past year living and working … Continue reading

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