The story behind an old painting retells an oft repeated narrative: We are the true followers, the deserving inheritors of a tradition.
Many of us were taught there is only one way to find the answer, but life teaches us that there are many ways to live as a person of faith.
We cannot ignore our differences, but we can choose to focus on what unites us. As John Wesley wrote, “Though we cannot think alike, may we not love alike?”
Paul calls the church a body. Bruce shares the magic of a band. When assembled correctly, the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
Maybe our diversity of thought is not a “problem” to be solved, but a feature to celebrate. Musings on 1 Corinthians 12.
I’ve been frustrated by the conversation following the school shooting in Parkland, Florida this week. National leaders offer thoughts and prayers, irritating others like Neil…
On Independence Day morning, my family and I took a dolphin-sighting cruise in Pensacola, Florida. We’d driven down for a couple of days in the…