Monthly Archives: September 2022

The Importance of a “Both/And” Approach

I’ve gotten behind in my interactions with readers.  Here is a question that was raised 10 days ago that raises many important questions.  Let me share a reader’s question and the context she provided. “I work with the public, and … Continue reading

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Going High When Others Go Low

It has been tragic to watch the situation unfold as Florida Governor Ron DeSantis sent dozens of asylum-seekers – primarily from Venezuela – to Martha’s Vineyard over the past few days.  Governor DeSantis said he was simply trying to force … Continue reading

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Finding Our Voice – And Giving Others the Room They Need to Do the Same

I’m sorry I haven’t written much lately. I have been preparing for an important transition in my life that will happen this November. After serving as the pastor of local churches for twenty years (as of this past July), I … Continue reading

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