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Behold Your Signs of Guidance. . .

enter site I am a firm believer that every soul that God places upon this earthly pilgrimage comes with Heavenly Guidance! It’s hard for me to imagine a loving God abandoning His highest form of creation. It must be instead that His highest creation tends more often to abandon Him–especially when happy, content or blessed–with perceived success. But when troubles descend, the first outcry is “O God!” even when there has been little if any prior communication between you. It’s as comedian Nipsy Russell once stated: “Help a man when he’s in trouble. Help him and never complain. Help him and he will remember you–when he gets in trouble again.” Continue reading Behold Your Signs of Guidance. . .

Sustaining Trump’s Racism

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Tell the Story, write it down, and make it plain

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Perfecting the Art of Communication . . .

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Youth Will Be Served

click In the past few days, young athletes have been turning the sports world upside down, doing remarkable things, all the while performing like veterans. On top of that, they tend to proceed as if it’s no big deal.

First is the 15-year-old tennis prodigy, Cori “Coco” Gauff. Coco, an African American high school student, the youngest female to qualify for Wimbledon. Relatively unknown, she was invited to participate in the qualifying tournament where she won three matches to make it into the main draw at Wimbledon, the biggest stage in tennis. Continue reading Youth Will Be Served

Vibrant and Wonderfully Alive

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June is Open and Affirming month in many of our churches and Pride month in many of our communities. (Both are recognized at other times in some places.) For those of us who are transgender, non-binary, two-spirit, intersex, asexual, bisexual, lesbian, gay, or queer, it is a chance to stand up and declare that we are still vibrantly and wonderfully alive, that we are beloved to God. Continue reading Vibrant and Wonderfully Alive