NOT LONG AGO I WAS TALKING with a young adult about a choice that faced me. When I told him I was..
THEY SIT SIDE-BY-SIDE on my dining room table, a plastic dashboard Jesus (complete with a spring and an adhesive base) and an..
WHEN YOU GO TO A MEETING of the General Assembly of our communion, as I do every other year as part of..
“A MAN CANNOT LIE,” said Sigmund Freud (in the sexist language of his day), “if he lies with his lips he will..
I’VE BEEN THINKING ... At the close of his Sermon on the Mount, Jesus makes use of a freedom word in the..
I SUGGEST WE START BY COMPILING A LIST of things Christians have disagreed about through the centuries right on into today: God’s..
JULY 4 AND JUNE 14 OCCUR CLOSE to each other on the calendar, and their themes are similar. July 4 commemorates the..
FOR OVER A MONTH I HAVE BEEN SKIPPING out on Sunday morning worship. Yet, in the past weeks of absence from church..
I’VE DONE IT MYSELF — dragged the nine members of the confirmation class to a Saturday presbytery meeting so that 13-year olds..
MOST CONGREGATIONS I KNOW take a deep breath between Easter and Pentecost, and for good reason. Lent is intense with study and..
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