Category Archives: Kentucky Annual Conference

On being a clergy spouse.

With the increasing role of male clergy spouses across many denominations, our roles have not been clearly defined.  I remember asking people I trusted who have been clergy wives for advice on how to fill the role of a good … Continue reading

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Neighbors

Next Saturday, I will be representing The General Commission on Religion and Race of The United Methodist Church (GCORR) at the Kentucky Annual Conference’s Martin Luther King Day celebration.  The theme of this event is “Building Relationships.”  I will be … Continue reading

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