Monthly Archives: June 2020

Should Re-Opening Our Doors Mean a Return to Normal?

I was all set today to write about one thing, when another topic unexpectedly presented itself through the conversation I had with a friend. My friend and I were talking about how for the last nearly three months, nearly everyone … Continue reading

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To Worship In-Person, or Not To Worship In-Person. That is the question …

Some folks have been wondering about why our church is waiting until September to open its doors for in-person worship.  They are especially curious since last March I wrote about how I view the church as an essential service provider. … Continue reading

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Leading in Troubled Times

I’ve realized that perhaps the best way for me to approach the blog isn’t to wait for others to raise questions or comments, but simply write or respond to those things that come up for me.  Of course, if anyone … Continue reading

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