Category Archives: who are we?

Fragility

Two lives were taken overnight, their bodies left along my transit route. I was annoyed at the inconvenience, until I was ashamed of my annoyance.  ~~ We are fragile. We too easily bow to our familial human stain. We too … Continue reading

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A Life Well Lived: Robert L. Saucy

More than any other teacher, Dr. Robert Saucy taught me how to think theologically. His deep trust in Jesus, keen mind, ever-present curiosity, and humor modeled before me and so many students before and after what it looked like to … Continue reading

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11 Reasons to Make Space for Different Worship Cultures (a rif on 11 Reasons to Stop Offering Different “Worship Styles”)

First a bit of clarity. I read 11 Reasons to Stop Offering Different “Worship Styles” from the perspective of a long-time contemporary worship musician, lover of traditional hymns, and theologically trained ponderer. Much of what the author says needs to … Continue reading

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