Monthly Archives: July 2015

Room to Discern

In the wake of the Supreme Court’s ruling regarding marriage equality, many Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) congregations across the country are in a quandary.   The uncomfortable reality is that the while ministers (teaching elders) are allowed to make the pastoral … Continue reading

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Rabbi to the Rescue

My Dad, a wise presbyter, counseled me shortly after I was ordained, “You don’t have to speak in every debate on the floor of presbytery. If you wait a little while, someone else will probably make your speech for you.” … Continue reading

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Unlikely Honor

One of my favorite bloggers is Adam J. Copeland.  (The fact that he is also my son has absolutely nothing to do with my admiration for his writing.)  In a recent blog Adam asked “What’s the Point in Being a … Continue reading

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