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#CalledOut

Originally posted on crossing the lines |tyler schwaller|:
[This is a letter I wrote to the bishop of the Iowa Conference of The United Methodist Church after a speech in which I talked of my faith as someone who is gay.…

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How did we get here?

Originally posted on We Your People, Ours the Journey:
Beloved friends and colleagues (Jamie Michaels and Cynthia Good) gift me with sackcloth and ashes in an act of repentance Thursday morning. Photo by Beth DiCoco, NEAC Communications The New England…

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Inside the Fog

 The Lord went in front of them in a pillar of cloud by day, to lead them along the way, and in a pillar of fire by night, to give them light, so that they might travel by day and … Continue reading

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Who Will Read My Book?

Today’s post is something different! This blog is an experiment in revealing personal aspects of my spiritual journey as I prepare to write a spiritual memoir. But today I am focusing on things I have learned in an intensive five-week … Continue reading

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Downsizing

Luke 12:13-21 I’ve been trying to downsize for years. I’ve had my share of yard sales. I’m not very good at them and tend to flail around wondering how to lay out the merchandise. During and after my move from … Continue reading

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ON SPEAKING UP FOR CIVIL RIGHTS AND FULL INCLUSION

ON SPEAKING UP FOR CIVIL RIGHTS AND FULL INCLUSION.

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Winter Feast for the Soul

I participated in the Winter Feast for the Soul last year, selecting Christian Contemplative led by Carl McColman. I found it so valuable that I repeated the 40 days for a total of 80 days. Whichever meditation you select, I … Continue reading

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