The Call to Reconciliation

The recent deaths of African-American persons during interactions with police officers has awakened the nation to the persistent racial imbalance in our country. The sheer disregard of life causes me deep anguish and, quite frankly, leaves me with mixed feelings about our country’s moral compass. Cl...
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Just Be

I was going through some of my old journals deciding just what to write, and I kept coming back to the same message: "Just Be" Having a curious nature, I decided to look up the word “be” in an online dictionary: Be - \ˈbē\ To exist; to have real existence. To occupy a place. To connect a noun ...
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Repenting of Religion

In the opening chapter of Repenting of Religion (2004) by Gregory A. Boyd, the author tells readers about an experience he had while sitting in a shopping mall. He began “people watching” as many of us often do. For every person that walked by, a thought went through his mind. Some positive, some ne...
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