Women get interrupted more frequently than men. Studies reveal this, but I didn’t need research to confirm this truth — my own..
I am sitting in a cozy café in Washington, D.C. Seated at the table beside me are two elementary school age children..
The bumper sticker on the car in the Chick-Fil-A parking lot read: “Heaven has walls, hell has open borders.” Google tells me..
“What do we do now?” That’s the refrain I hear after I speak or preach or teach about the long history and..
In May of this year Ibram X. Kendi, director of the Antiracist Research and Policy Center at American University, published “An Antiracist..
Sitting beside my daughter, a senior in high school, in a darkened theatre in Charleston, South Carolina, I heard the author of..
We pastor-types do not look for a job, we seek a call. Churches do not hire a minister, they extend a call...
“I’m just being honest.” Often, I’ve found that short phrase comes after a biting comment. As if “being honest” absolves the speaker..
I cannot count the number of church signs that contain the sentiment or the sentence: “All are welcome.” Occasionally the message reads..
The church saved my life. Jesus saved me too, of course. Jesus forgave my sin, made me whole, granted the gift of..
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