What’s On Your Mind?

I know that many bloggers spend most of their time talking about what interests them. My passion – as a pastor and person – is to draw you into the “conversation”. So with that in mind, let’s see if I can begin a series of new conversations by asking, “What’s on your mind these days?”

About Pastor Craig

I'm a 53-year-old who lives in Los Angeles, CA with his black Labrador Retriever named Max. I'm an ordained clergy person in the United Church of Christ. My passions include spirituality, politics, and sports (Go Houston teams, go!). I use my blog to start conversations rather than merely spout my perspectives and opinions. I hope you'll post a question, comment, or observation for me to respond - so we can get the conversation started!
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3 Responses to What’s On Your Mind?

  1. ybabb001 says:

    Pastor Craig, does “what’s on my mind “ have to be about religion??

  2. Cheri Moore says:

    So much, Covid – just learned I was exposed, the election and the likely unrest no matter the outcome, the ongoing riots, teaching grandkids and an extra 5th grader via Teams/Zoom. It becomes overwhelming.

  3. Beverly Marshall Saling says:

    I’ve been thinking a lot about accountability. Mostly my own accountability toward people who suffer from systems that benefit me, but also how to balance holding others accountable for their behavior against staying in relationship with them. How can I ensure that I don’t enable others’ bad behavior (toward me or those more vulnerable) by offering them an unconditional relationship? Or if I choose to make the relationship conditional on observing certain boundaries, how do I set those boundaries in a way that is healthy for both my own ethical well-being and the relationship?

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