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Theology Matters

I recently read an article covering the recent shooting at the Synagogue in Poway, California. You likely have heard or read the story, but if you have not, a young man walked into the synagogue intentionally targeting Jewish worshipers and killing one and wounding others. As the news has filtered...

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Love, Sacrifice, Commitment

There is a lot more to Valentine’s Day than just cards and gifts. There is a true-life story that teaches us about love, sacrifice, and commitment-the true meaning of Valentine’s Day. In the third Century a Christian priest named Valentine came forward after the Roman Emperor Claudius II Gothicus canceled...

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What I Learned at Conference

While attending the Methodist Annual Conference in June, I realized that polarization was not only in our nation but also in our churches and Conference. The definition of polarization is: a division into two sharply contrasting groups or set of opinions or beliefs. It was obvious and sad for me...

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Forgiveness

Report cards came home this week.  I had a very nervous child; he was afraid he was going to get grounded because he had a C.   The interim report had been much lower.  I knew he had worked hard in class to raise the grade.  He had done everything he...

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