People of faith often use metaphors related to eyesight. We’ve seen the light. We get the gift of new eyes. We see..
My memories of the first time I taught a weeklong seminar at Ghost Ranch about getting from pain to hope through writing..
I knew something fascinating was coming when my friend and co-author, Rabbi Jacques Cukierkorn, sent me an e-mail saying, “Gentiles do not..
At the end of a line of 14 other persons standing in front of our congregation to profess their faith and become..
My congregation may or may not help to create one of the “1001 New Worshiping Communities” the PC(USA) is promoting, but just..
LIBERTYVILLE, ILL – I was barely in the door of my sister’s house here for a recent visit when she said, “Oh,..
Most of us have heard the possibly apocryphal story of theologian Karl Barth answering a student’s question about the most important thing..
In the summer of 2011, I was in downtown Detroit (site of the 2014 General Assembly) for the annual conference of the..
I first became a full voting member of a Presbyterian congregation in 1958 through a confirmation class. I thought it was cool..
HORSESHOE BAY, B.C. -- Before lunch arrived at the Olive and Anchor restaurant here, my Presbyterian friend Valarie told me she had “a..
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