Social Justice

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A Chance to Act on Your Core Beliefs

Our world is confusing. We are pulled in so many directions by so many voices—in what we read, hear on radio, TV or the internet, and are told by friends, neighbors and families. Many times a day we can feel afraid, outraged, or confused. We can feel pulled to buy things, help people, defend ourselves—or […]

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Eat, Pray, Vote

A Reflection on Voting this November with a personal testimony: “How Transgender People have changed my life.” As the November election day comes up, we’ll be hearing more about candidates and issues, policies and ballot initiatives – and I want to put in my plug to you for being sure you cast your vote. The […]

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Festival of Homiletics: Preaching and Politics

You may know that in May I went to the Festival of Homiletics, a weeklong chance for preachers to gather from all over the country to learn from the best!  I got to hear fabulous sermons preached 2-3 times/day, with additional lectures each day on preaching.  Lots of worship, and so much time with other […]

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