Category Archive: affirming

Feed the Hungry

Feed the Hungry

If Jesus was to talk with an American Christian about feeding the poor, here is how I envision the dialog going: Jesus: Feed the hungry. American Christian: …

 

A Personal Creed

A Personal Creed

As a follower of the Teaching of Jesus I seek to walk… In Love; I believe in the power of love to change my heart and …

 

A Question About Binders

A Question About Binders

By now, most of us have all seen the memes going around on the whole “a binder full of women” statement made by Mitt Romney …

 

A Response to: “You Can Be A Christian Or A Liberal, But Not Both”

A Response to: “You Can Be A Christian Or A Liberal, But Not Both”

I don’t make it a habit to write a rebuttal to other people’s articles. I usually have a “live and let live” mindset; especially if …

 

Chad “Benedict Arnold” Holtz – Really?

Chad “Benedict Arnold” Holtz – Really?

I’m amazed at how fast we eat our wounded. Not too long ago my friend (yes, I still call Chad my friend) was fired from …

 

I Love a Liturgical Church

I Love a Liturgical Church

Before I go deep into this I should start by explaining what I mean when I say, I Love a Liturgical Church. The reason I …

 

How I See The Lord’s Prayer

How I See The Lord’s Prayer

STARTER NOTE: I have always found that for scripture to have real meaning to me, I needed to read it as if I was part …

 

There once was a man from Nantucket (or Bethlehem)

There once was a man from Nantucket (or Bethlehem)

If you asked any group of people outside the church to define the church in just one word, what would that word be? Boring? Closed? Judgmental? Political? Needed? Forgiveness? Loved? Sure, all of …

 

PART ONE: It’s Not What We Give-Up, But What We Get.

PART ONE: It’s Not What We Give-Up, But What We Get.

Because of this decision we don’t evaluate people by what they have or how they look. We looked at the Messiah that way once and …

 

Sandbox Theology

Sandbox Theology

Way back in 1989 (I think I am showing my age) Robert Fulghum wrote a great book entitled, All I Really Need To Know I …