Dear City That Breeds Family, It’s your friendly, neighborhood, self-appointed Bishop. Big news! My wife and I just had our fifth kid. Yes, I said “fifth.” What?!? So I have five kids? They are all awesome, and my family is awesome, and right now I can field a basketball team, and when the zombie apocalypse […]
Author: The Bishop
One Summer Day After Practice
My car was thick with laughter, exhaustion, and the smell of teenage boy. We’d just finished our summer workout. It was too early in the year for football practice to officially begin, but the team captains were holding “summer trainings.” None of the coaches were present, but we all suspected they were being told which […]
Day of Dialogue? You asked for it.
Hello My Wonderful CTB Family, It is your friendly, neighborhood, self-appointed Bishop here. Today I’m going to get a little serious up in here. I’m going to go more “church” than usual. “Why?” you ask. Because there are some hurting people out there in our fair Baltimore that need encouragement and healing. We’ve got some […]
THE BISHOP SAYS END THIS SHIT!
Hello My CTB Family, It’s your friendly, neighborhood self-appointed Bishop of the City that Breeds here. I know what you’re thinking, “Bishop! Where the Hell have you been?” It’s been a long time since I posted anything. And I gots to be honest with you. Life has been a little bit whacked out. You see […]
The Bishop’s Duck Dynasty Christmas Wish
Hello CTB Family, It’s your friendly, neighborhood, self-appointed Bishop here. Today I would like to bring before you a Christmas wish. I bring this wish before you because I believe you can help make it a reality. Don’t worry. My request is simple. I ain’t gonna ask you to buy two truck loads of meat […]
A Ghost in the Church
Hello CTB Family, It’s your friendly, neighborhood, self-appointed Bishop here. I work in an old, multi-floored, large church building. Have you ever walked through an empty, old, church building? They can be terrifying. Especially when it is nighttime, and you are alone, and all the rooms and hallways connect like some demented maze so someone […]