Different Worlds

Perhaps the most egregious error many people make is to assume that the way they think is normative.  When we operate from the assumption that other people see and make sense of the world the same way we do, we open ourselves to a world of hurt.  Each of us […]

Give to Stamp Out Malaria

I have never done this before, and promise not to do it often, but I will be walking this Saturday — World Malaria Day — to raise funds for Imagine No Malaria.  The United Methodist Church made a commitment to work with other groups (Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the […]

Welcome Back, the Right Reverend Ross

I love hearing good news about the church I love, and the best news I have received in years is the return of Vance P. Ross to the leadership of Discipleship Ministries (formerly the GBOD, formerly General Board of Discipleship).  Vance is one of the brightest, deepest, truly compassionate, and […]

Who Matters?

My heart breaks as I see more and more statements about who “matters.”  Oh, I understand the intention to stand in solidarity with brothers and sisters who find themselves on an unpublished endangered species list because of the hidden -isms of our US culture (racism, classism, fascism, etc.).  My concern […]

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 […]

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