The Intercultural Imperative

Take a few minutes and watch this video Children Shall Lead Them.  The image of the four young people walking down the hall hand-in-hand — two Hispanic/Latino, one African-American, one with Downs Syndrome — is incredibly powerful for me.  It illustrates the world we need to be living in — not […]

Money Autobiography

I get dozens of requests to use this every year, so here it is with authorization to use it any and every way you find helpful — my version of the money autobiography! Writing a Money Autobiography Introduction Writing a money autobiography is a challenging and illuminating process that can […]

Sides

If God is unity and totality, and all things come from God and all things are under the command and control of God (God the ground of ALL being), then how many sides does God have?  An infinite number or one?  And if infinite — including all sides with no […]

Accidental Witness

As Epiphany closes the Christmastide once more, a few incidents stand out in my mind as symbolic of the current state of the church and our faith in the present day: At a hotel where I stayed this week, a manager was giving instruction to her maintenance crew — at […]

Come and Gone

Happy Boxing Day, everyone!  Christmas is OVER.  It used to be that Christmas Day heralded the beginning of the twelve days of Christmas — or, Christmastide, if you prefer — leading to the arrival of the magi for Epiphany.  At the very least, the eight days following Christmas held special […]

Which Jesus?

I wonder which Jesus we are hoping for this year?  Your initial reaction may be, “hold on, there’s just one Jesus!” to which I would reply “you haven’t been paying attention.”  Even in scripture we have no fewer than four accounts (canonical) as well as dozens (non-canonical) that offer us […]

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