Monthly Archives: April 2020

To Prove or Not to Prove? That is the Question …

Today’s comment comes from Stevie. She wrote: “Pastor Craig… I’m reading a book about a man named Anselmo, born in Italy in 1033. Having spoken with God in a dream as a child he dedicated the rest of his days … Continue reading

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Are We Having the Same Experience?

Today I had a conversation with a friend a while ago about an aspect of the COVID-19 situation that raised another issue I care about deeply. First, let me first tell you about the conversation, and then I’ll share the … Continue reading

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Types of Change

In working in local churches for nearly 20 years, I’ve noticed that there are general two types of change that occur within institutions: changes in policy, and changes in culture. Changes in policy are the easiest type of change to … Continue reading

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The Great Divider: Fear

I’ve spent a LOT of time doing pastoral care work the past 3 weeks – both individually and collectively – on the phone, via text, email, and Zoom. And what that time has shown me is that once again the … Continue reading

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