In May of 2009, I was ordained into the first degree of the ministry of the General Church of the New Jerusalem.  In June of 2009, I was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s disease, and for the next six months my focus was mostly on getting better.  I kept a blog about it at this url, which I’ve now moved to colemanlymphoma.wordpress.com.  But now I have finished my treatments, and the tests seem to indicate that they were successful.  And so, I am finally getting started on my career as a New Church minister.  Right now, I’m serving as assistant to the pastor at the Olivet New Church in Toronto, as well as visiting pastor for various places throughout Canada, particularly in the area of Dawson Creek, B.C.  This blog will include my thoughts and reflections, as well as occasional updates on my life in the Great White North (am I allowed to call it that?  Is that an American thing? I have so much to learn…).

2 Responses to About

  1. Andrea Schreiner says:

    Hi Coleman, Jason and Adam just told me about your illness and I want you to know that we are all praying for your full recovery. If there is anything we can do to make it easier for you, we hope that you’ll let us know. We will continue to read your journal and wish you only the best.
    Warren, Andy, Jason and Adam Schreiner

  2. starkey says:

    Hi! It’s so great to hear from you! Thanks a lot for offering your help – it’s a great feeling to know that I have so many people who care about me praying for me and thinking about me. Hope to see you around!


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