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The Royal Wedding was a milestone for equality

Unless you have been living under a rock over the last week you will know that the Royal Wedding happened. Now, the Royals have a lot of faults, and can easily be criticised for many things, yet this wedding was an important milestone in their history, and in the fight for equality.  508 more words


Whose Bowl?

As Memorial Day approaches in the United States, I would like to add my gratitude to all of the men and women who sacrificed their all to defend and protect the life and liberty of all Americans. 362 more words

Personal Mindset

Busting Taboos, part 2: Sermons on Acts 10 & 11

I don’t always get to preach two weeks in a row, so when I do I try to connect them, to make them into a mini-series at least. 137 more words


Busting Taboos: Sermons on Acts 10 & 11

The sermon series on Acts of the Apostles (which I first wrote about here) continues. I preached on May 6th and May 13th on chapters 10 and 11, respectively. 171 more words


The Longed-For Tidal Wave of Justice

She showed me a piece of paper and, with tears in her eyes, revealed that she was Irish, too; that she was lost in London, too. 670 more words


Let’s go with some good news today

Dear President Trump,

I’m going to go with some bits of good news today since it really is out there and we need to not lose sight of it in the midst of all the crappy changes you’ve been putting us through all these long months. 415 more words


All of Us in This World Matter

My friend Amber has a brother who has Downs. He is the most amazing person who deserves to have a full and happy life. Amber is an artist who was born with the amazing ability to draw. 128 more words