This spring, I will celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of my graduation from theological college, which was a big step in my preparation for ordination into the Christian ministry.
Of the many distressing developments in the civil life of our world, the rise of “alternative facts” is one of the most upsetting.
Until very recently, it was widely accepted that models of governance, administration and decision-making used in government were also appropriate for the church.
Whether we admit it or not, money dominates our daily lives.
More than a century ago in 1914, American poet Robert Frost published “Mending Wall,” and I believe its message is as relevant now as it was then.
Coming into February, the church celebrates one of the loveliest of all festivals, The Presentation of the Lord in the Temple (Luke 2:22–40).
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