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One Lord of All

      I jumped when I heard the rat-tat-tat of machine-gun strafing that accompanied falling bombs in those old World War II movies. My fellow math classmates laughed at me. It was in the early sixties and President Kennedy … Continue reading

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Doing Church in America Part II

Thom S. Rainer’s book, I am a Church Member, is so small you can read it in a few hours. In my previous blog, I wrote about his comments relative to a spirit of serving rather than one of entitlement … Continue reading

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Unity

They say 11 a.m. on Sunday is the most segregated hour in America because we gather in our holy huddles, separated by denomination and color. Yet when I leave the borders of my own church to write articles about what … Continue reading

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March 7, 2012 Working and Playing Well with Others

            Back in February, in “Outside the Picket Fence,” I wrote about various Christian denominations united in belief and action under the authority of Jesus Christ.             In the process of doing preliminary research for an article, I came across … Continue reading

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