Colossians

Chains Seasoned With Salt

BY JON TSCHANZ A young man who lived near a castle went to gigantic draw bridge and knocked. He waited. This boy knocked, again, super saiyan style! Then the security guard opened a window and screams, Who are you and why are you here?” The young lad says nothing and pounds on the draw bridge, […]

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Smell Like Cigs

BY JON TSCHANZ He had messy hair and 80s glasses with animal shirts full of dirt. His nose hairs were long and he had this smell about him. He was strange. He was strange to me. My Dad would be so focused–focused on what this guy was saying. They would talk Star Trek all the […]

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The Weird. The Weak. The Underdog.

BY JON TSCHANZ The Weird. The Weak. The Underdog. Remember David? David the underdog? Those Sunday School memories start to flood my mind. The songs, the cut-outs, the coloring and the story. It’s the story of David defeating Goliath in an epic story of the underdog winning. The weak one somehow comes out victorious. Well…that’s […]

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A Contested Imagination

BY JON TSCHANZ “Where you go to church is just a series of preferences. What it should be is a community of misfits.” What is the music like? What types of people are here? Is the speaker good? How is the aesthetic of the building, bulletin and website? Is it cool? Are people friendly? These […]

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