Monthly Archives: April 2017

Let me be clear

While riding on my scooter and enjoying the green grass of spring I came on twigs from the last spring. They were broken, brown branches and dry, a bit of history from which we may  learn. Let it be clear that I agree with the Apostle … Continue reading

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Out of Doubt to Joyful Hope

My post on Sacred Moments and the need for real apologies to those hurt by the church brought three comments to me. All three came to me personally and thus are off the record.  Here is a brief summary of each comment. Summary No. 1:  This responder … Continue reading

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Which prophet have you not stoned

The Minority Ministries Council of the Mennonite Church that was active in the 1960’s and 70’s recently reconvened at Greencroft.  In those same decades I was an administrator in the Southeast Mennonite churches, so I felt at home among them. John Powell was among them … Continue reading

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