Monthly Archives: January 2018

Blocked from posting on a “progressive” Methodist page.

So, tonight I was reading a post on The New Methodist Facebook page. In that thread, a person was stating he did not feel as if the UMC was the right fit for him. Part of his reasoning was the … Continue reading

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MLK Day 2018: A New Means of Lynching

This morning, I had the honor of being the Guest Speaker at the 26th Annual Pre-MLK Day Breakfast, sponsored by the Parker County, Texas NAACP Branch #6321.  I spoke immediately after the viewing of Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream” … Continue reading

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Remote Intimacy

It seems to me that my prayer life has never been one that I would have hoped for. It’s not that I don’t recognize the importance prayer in my life, I simply don’t find or make, nor do I prioritize, … Continue reading

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