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O Ebola, Ebola! Wherefore Art Thou Ebola?

The 21 Day Quarantine period is over in Dallas, TX. We can all take a huge sigh of relief now. The epidemic is just about over. We don’t have much to worry about. We can put this nonsensical ridiculousness behind … Continue reading

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An Interfaith Conversation is Less About Change and More About Relationship

In the last few years I have had a lot of conversations on faith. This whole “going to seminary thing” certainly warranted such conversations. Upon my graduation I had so many people tell me, “Now, go save lives, Jonathan and … Continue reading

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Ferguson: Thoughts of Love

It doesn’t take long for most folks to look at what has happened in Ferguson and to have some kind of (typically) strong reaction. I have seen all over Facebook many varied responses ranging from anger and sadness to disillusionment … Continue reading

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The New Church…

The following post is a post actually given by Andrea Hall. It addresses the much needed conversation on the necessity of Sunday School, or rather, the lack of necessity. In my own opinion, Sunday School needs to come to a … Continue reading

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“Own it; Admit it; Change it.”

It’s probably been over-done on blogs, media, social networks, and new reports alike; however, I find it a conversation worth continuing. The Rick Warren and Asian religious community fiasco. I’ll get back to that in a moment though. What does … Continue reading

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