Category Archives: Homosexuality

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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Sacred moments

There were many sacred moments during the public sessions of the Minority Ministries Council reunion:  quiet,  applauding, hugging, singing, memory, and moments of prayer.  One had to be there to take it all in. College Mennonite Church has its recent sacred moments.  For … Continue reading

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What’s the Spirit up to Now?

On Christmas morning we celebrated the one who according to the Biblical story was born of a virgin. It seemed to me that an aspect of the birth was not told. I did not hear of the Holy Spirit  over-shadowing the young womn to impregnate her, thus preparing her to give … Continue reading

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