Monthly Archives: September 2018

Becoming Great

Ford Madox Brown. Sketch for ‘Jesus Washing Peter’s Feet’. c.1851 My Dear American Christian Siblings, This is what Mark’s Jesus said about becoming great: “But that’s not the way it will be with you. Whoever wants to be great among … Continue reading

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A Forest of Desire

In 1976, when I was nine years old, my maternal grandparents moved to Port Angeles, Washington from Madison, Wisconsin to retire. They lived there for 23 years, and I visited 25 times. I love everything about the Olympic National Park … Continue reading

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Persons of Sacred Worth

As we prepare for the 2019 Special Session of the General Conference of the United Methodist Church where we will decide whether we as a church will fully include persons who are LGBTQ in the life and leadership of our … Continue reading

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Who Wouldn’t Want Ranked Choice Voting?

Think about how many political candidates get elected to office with a majority of voters opposing their election owing to votes being split among other candidates because we do not have Ranked Choice Voting. Think of all the people outside of … Continue reading

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