Posted by stevengaub on Monday, March 28, 2011
Al from Canada was leading the music. He was one cool guitar and 5 string banjo player. I was lovingly accepted as the pick up bass player. What a joy. I was allowed to play slow and root based when I felt like it and run like a leaping grasshopper when it seemed good and play counter melody as the muses took me. NO complaints just joy. Dueling banjo and guitar, Luy Luy, Ghost riders. A little off the Kairos song list but great fun.
The inmates were much touched by the weekend. God's love is not abundantly obviously present in the prisons. One inmate (participant) related an encounter with a guard. The guard ask him "how is the retreat going?" The participant revealed that he was finding the unconditional love of God. The guard said "wonderful I will continue to pray for you!". God works through these Kairos retreats.
Monday, March 28, 2011 @2:34:29 PM
I guess the CBCC#11 must be a prison. It is good to reach out to those who make mistakes and see them improve. The world is too judgemental and rules are not always moral.
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'Newbie Questions' 50 min
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