A Tale of Two Wednesdays

Two events, at the same location, separated by a mere two weeks, and they could not have had more divergent responses. This is the take of many Americans who watched what happened at the U.S. Capitol on January 6 & 20. Many were troubled by the events of January 6, recognizing the chaos and destruction... Continue Reading →

I Must be Fair. Say it Again.

I must be fair—for if I'm not fair to other people, I'm not worth being understood myself I see. George MacDonald "The Princess and the Goblin" I am currently reading The Princess and the Goblin to my children, and if you have never read this book please do, it is simply wonderful. We have just... Continue Reading →

Connecting Across the Aisle

The events at the Capitol last Wednesday have been startling for many and has produced confusion, and stress for a number of people I know. The most unsettling moment for me was when a friend emailed me about a family situation. This person told me how some family members have united their Christian faith and... Continue Reading →

Healing the Community

I was relaxing on the couch last Sunday afternoon when a friend sent me a link to a news story about a Texas pastor killed in a church shooting. It was tragic to hear about Rev. Mark Allen McWilliams, but I admittedly found my ability to show compassion hampered. The article revealed that he had... Continue Reading →

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