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The mere thought of barbecue’s smoky scents and intoxicating flavors is enough to get most mouths watering. more
The hunt for a new James Bond is on, and British tabloids are updating the odds daily. more
The COVID-19 pandemic has generated mind-numbing statistics over the past two years... more
The pandemic dramatically increased America’s reliance on the energy grid. more
With the America’s most sacred of holidays today, I ask this question of my fellow Americans: What is the price of freedom worth to you? more
Jesus told many stories about vineyards with good harvests and bad. One story was about a vineyard that yielded wild grapes. more
I started my adult life as an athlete. After college, I played professional basketball in Europe for 12 years. I was used to the physical grind... more
When I was in seminary, I often wrote prayers directly to God, as if I could put the letter in an envelope, take it to the post office... more
Autism is among the most misunderstood of all the human conditions. more
It’s been more than 40 years since our mother made history. more
Jesus once told the parable of the wise and foolish virgins. There were ten virgins, lamps in hand, waiting for the bridegroom to come. more
Your classes are finished, your finals are done, and you finally have your diploma in hand — congratulations graduate! Now what? more
Freedom of expression is the cornerstone of a healthy, functioning democracy. more
When God created trees, He spoke to the earth. But when God wanted to create man, He turned to Himself in order to make man in His own image. more
If you attended a Passover Seder recently, you likely covered the 10 plagues. If not that, perhaps, in the spirit of the season, you watched “The Ten Commandments,” one of the highest-grossing movies of all time. Ten plagues feature prominently in both, and it has occurred to me that we are experiencing our own 11th plague, and it is fierce. more
What a perfect name for Jesus! Do you know how a shepherd actually cares for his sheep? more
The scientists working to cure Alzheimer’s rely heavily on monkeys because humans and monkeys share extremely similar pre-frontal cortices... more
Black and Brown, Latinx/Latine and Indigenous Peoples, new Americans, and migrant workers have been stewards of these lands for centuries. But, the modern environmental movement as we know it found its footing in the United States with the first Earth Day in 1970 and the founding of Greenpeace in 1971. more
After more than five decades, it is time to let go of Earth Day. Conceived by peace activists and initially promoted by international labor unions, it has been the focus of mass mobilization and awareness campaigns. more
Everything should begin with worship. Sunday morning should begin with worship. And worship is the beginning of every time of prayer. more
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