On this Memorial Day, I remember you. That seems strange, because I struggle to recall your name and have never known your face. But
It's a General Assembly summer for us Presbyterians. And I know what that means. Those gathered in Portland will approve things I would dismiss.
In recent weeks, I have been reading the new book by Jonathan Sacks called Not in God's Name: Confronting Religious Violence. It offers a sobering
I dream of a church ... …where theological convictions are held deeply, but with humility; …where shared gifts evoke gratitude; …where both
Visiting the first open house before she began kindergarten, my child got lost on the tour. My wife and I sat in the kindergarten classroom and
I hate sending an email only to receive the dreaded auto-response. I get why people use them. I've even used one a time or two myself. I'm not