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Part 1: Is Unity Possible in An Election Season?

Part 1: Is Unity Possible in An Election Season?

Each November, the arrival of outdoor lights, Christmas trees and Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas” announces that it’s almost the most wonderful time of the year. If that’s true, what do all the yard signs in my neighborhood and mudslinging commercials announce? The least wonderful time of the year?

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Part 1: Is Unity Possible in An Election Season?

Part 1: Is Unity Possible in An Election Season?

Each November, the arrival of outdoor lights, Christmas trees and Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas” announces that it’s almost the most wonderful time of the year. If that’s true, what do all the yard signs in my neighborhood and mudslinging commercials announce? The least wonderful time of the year?

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Representation Matters

Representation Matters

Today, September 15th, begins the observation of Hispanic Heritage Month. This time period is meant for recognition, education and celebration in hopes of honoring Hispanic Americans and their respective cultures and histories.

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The Heart of Obedience

The Heart of Obedience

I want to highlight three ways “the obedience of faith” Paul is talking about in the letter to the Romans differs from “civil religion” so that we can gain clarity in 2022 to the radical nature of the Gospel as we consider what it means to follow Jesus in our culture today.

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The Act of Remembrance

The Act of Remembrance

My memory of September 11, 2001 is vivid. I was in third grade. My morning began as it always did and that day happened to be music class which meant we had a long trek from the third grade hallway in the back of the school to the music room at the front. I noticed my teacher looking distressed as she exchanged whispers with other teachers, talking about what they saw on the news. News traveled fast that morning.

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