Monthly Archives: June 2016

A Statement on the Orlando Shooting

On the somber anniversary of the Mother Emanual shooting, Churches Uniting in Christ released the following statement: Statement on the Mass Shooting at Pulse Nightclub, Orlando, FL On this, the anniversary of the mass shooting at Mother Emanuel AME Church … Continue reading

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On Being a Clergy Spouse, Part Two

I prepared this blog posting several months ago but, apparently, forgot to hit the publish button.  It is Part 2 of what I hope will become a series. One of the things that I find alarming is the way in … Continue reading

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Yet again!

Another day, another mass shooting. We deflect our anger so as to not impinge upon our gun ownership. We deflect our anger so as to not have to look in the mirror at our own image of apathy. Nothing will … Continue reading

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Ali! Ali! Ali!

“As a man who never looked down on those who looked up to him and who helped as many of his people as he could … I guess I’d settle for being remembered only as a great boxing champion who … Continue reading

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