Can we find common ground for our Berthas and their grandchildren?

Exactly 100 years ago this month, two noteworthy items in American Presbyterian history occurred.   First, Woodrow Wilson, a Presbyterian elder and son of a pastor, was sworn in as president.   Second, my mother — gone now almost 17 years — was born. Well, yes, a lot more people know about the first event than the second, but I mention Mom as a way of asking how we Presbyterians are … ...