Monthly Archives: June 2015

Living Together in a Changing World

Today, I was blessed to receive not one, but two questions – both concerning how we might engage people of faith who are strongly opposed to last week’s Supreme Court decision regarding same-sex marriage.  Let me share with you the … Continue reading

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Does it Matter?

Today’s question comes from Yvette.  She writes: “Craig — I see myself as being spiritual as far as believing that there is some greater ‘something’, I have hope and faith that this thing ultimately is good— there are times I … Continue reading

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Baptism

Today’s question comes from Yvette, who wrote: “My mom is Catholic– my dad was an atheist. I was never officially baptized — my Mom said she did it in the bathtub. What is your opinion on baptism? I did not … Continue reading

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Are We ‘Set Up’?

I feel so blessed to be involved with the amazing conversations you all have generated.  Thanks for the great questions – and keep them coming! Today’s question comes from Sandra who wrote: “Aron Rolston addresses the rock that has his … Continue reading

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Address Inhospitality

Today’s question comes from Stevie, who wrote: “Yesterday I attended Sunday morning services in a UCC in Kalispell, Montana. I always wait for the touching sentence, “No matter who you are, or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here.” … Continue reading

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