Monthly Archives: April 2015

Balancing Conviction & Inclusivity

Today’s question was raised by Stevie. Stevie began by noting The United Church of Christ’s motto is: “No matter who you are, or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here.” She added, “You do a wonderful job of … Continue reading

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Separation of Church and State

This morning, Stevie raised an important question when she asked what I thought of the separation of church and state. I suppose there are some out there who might assume a pastor would be opposed to the separation of church … Continue reading

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The 11th Commandment

Today Olivia raised a wonderfully provocative question.  Here it is: in her words. “If God, concerned about human progress, decided we needed an 11th Commandment, what would it be?” Here’s my take on the question for what it’s worth. My … Continue reading

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Questions or Issues for Consideration?

Hi there.  Since the change in my format occurred so recently, I wanted to clue you in as to why I haven’t written in a couple of days. When I changed the format of my blog, I made a rock-solid … Continue reading

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Calming the Storm(s)

One of my new readers – Olivia – sent in a wonderful question yesterday.  Let me share her question exactly as she submitted it:  “I have a Bible passage question I would love for you to help me with: During … Continue reading

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