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They Like Big Buts . . . You May Too

If you did not read carefully, you may have mistaken a conjunction for a noun. Spelling is key. Taking note of words and how they are used both spares of embarrassment and enlightens.¬†… Continue reading

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He Didn’t Know My Name: An Interview with Teer Hardy

Maybe it was the spelling. One would expect that after a year the¬†supervisor would know his name. Time to reconsider what lay ahead.… Continue reading

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Heard at the Urinal Or, Cursed by the Double Bind

Of all the things I have been told about aging, one thing is true. Never pass up a chance to visit the Men’s Room. Little did I know what I might hear along the way.… Continue reading

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John’s Decrease … And Our Own – An Advent Mashup for Pastors

Twenty years ago I published my first article. My mentor had a relationship with a magazine editor in charge of one of our denominational periodicals. Rick suggested to Richard that he should invite me to write a couple of articles. What to write? Then, as today, any hint of … Continue reading

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Reconcling Perpendicular People – Thoughts from the Edge

Funny how things are at odds with their proper place. People too often experience the feeling of being perpendicular to the way the world works as well as how we live in relation to other human beings. The big picture project entails bringing together all things in Christ – … Continue reading

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