A CNN report in May pointed out a significant but sad statistic: “In California, Latinos represent 70% of all coronavirus related deaths..
For the last few months, my extended family and I have been getting together on twice-weekly Zoom calls. Every Wednesday and Saturday,..
The announcement came in the Presbyterian Outlook: “It’s official. The 2020 General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) will be held virtually,..
I remember the summer in 1986 when my identity as a storyteller began. After filling my 1968 Buick Wildcat, a classmate that..
I am not a fan of embalming. I’m not eager to talk about it or think about it or recall the graphic..
In Genesis 37 and 39-47 we learn about Joseph, one of the sons of Israel. In a capsule, political and filial intrigue..
I recently finished reading “Spark Joy,” Marie Kondo’s illustrated follow-up to the wildly popular “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.” (There’s also..
I’ll never forget a story from Jim Lowry, then-pastor at Idlewild Presbyterian Church in Memphis, of how each Saturday evening in his..
I feared elevators as a child. In an attempt to lessen my fears, my parents described them as “moving rooms that close..
How in all these years of being a student of the Bible I could have been so wrong about some of its..
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