Who am I?
Answering who I am can be difficult. I can tell you about my accomplishments, my failures, my characteristics, or things I like. The fact of the matter is, I’m still learning who I am and that’s the point of this blog. 257 more words
There is always the thought: when is something going to change.
I have been toiling the roads of theology, ministry and church for over 20 years: I have been through 5 church plants/church renewals, I have been a part of a pastoral staff at an all-white Lutheran church, endured a racist candidacy process with people whom claim to love the same God as me, I have sat in rooms with Bishops/prophets/apostles/elders, I have had conversations with some of the greatest theologians in the country, I have interviewed at more churches than I care to admit and applied to more than I remember, and I am entering my second semester of a PhD. 171 more words
By John Miller
Saturday the 13th of January 2017
The Pope sure is in the news a lot these days, telling everybody to be more like a South American Communist, and that’s all well and good if you’re a Marxist who likes open borders and lots of Islam, but what are the rest of us to do? 1,240 more words