Category Archives: Grace

Female Pastors & Graceless Responses in Mayberry

After spending Thursday night in the cool-weather environs of Ruidoso, NM, nestled in the Sacramento Mountains, the heat of Alamogordo has perhaps got me in a contrary mood.  With limited time on the internet, I’m just now catching up on … Continue reading

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Weiner’s Lies, Chief Sinners & God’s Grace!

Liar, Liar Pants on Fire! While no one knows exactly where this phrase — always popular with the school-aged children (or those who act like school-aged children) — originated, if there ever was a poster-boy for the truth that this … Continue reading

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Tony Dungy Likes Vick. Do I Have To?

I like Tony Dungy.  There is no question that he has been one of the most inspirational coaches that the National Football League has ever seen.  As a fellow Christian, I particularly liked his approach to the game of football and … Continue reading

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Coming Out: A Grace Response

If your long-time friend announced that he was gay, how would you respond?  If your son or daughter declared their homosexuality, what would you say?  If a co-worker of many years confided in you that he was gay, how would you … Continue reading

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Birthright Citizenship & Illegals: A Grace Response

Every baby born in this country, regardless of whether that baby’s parents are legally or illegally in the U.S., was born here because that’s exactly where God determined that little one would be born.  At least that’s what I believe … Continue reading

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Who Can Worship At Your Church?

Who can worship at your church?  Sounds like a silly question, doesn’t it?  The church should be a place where anyone can come and feel at home.  I agree.  Churches should be open to all, for indeed we are all sinners in … Continue reading

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Gay Families and Grace Cards

The kids are all right.  At least that’s what the movie of the same name wants you to think.  Playing in limited release in seven theatres in five cities (New York, San Francisco, LA, Chicago, and Toronto), The Kids Are … Continue reading

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