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The Prodigal Son

The Parable of the Prodigal Son (Luke 15: 11–32) always leaves a bit to be desired for me…at least with traditional interpretations....

September 20, 2020—A Prayer

originally prayed at Open Cathedral in Leander, TX Let us cry out to God. Let us cry out loud so that God can hear us.[1] Let us pray....

A Prayer for Midterms

“You could not pay me to go back to middle school.” I’ve said that since I started my freshman year of high school. Middle school was...

Morsels of Memory

Mama, I don’t remember. I was too young. I think you’ll remember more than you think you will. No, I won’t. I don’t know this place. But...

Will that be cash, check, or PayPal?

One of my good friends in seminary has set a wonderful precedent when it comes to boundaries. In a previous life, she was a professional...

I don't want to remember, but I can't forget.

I have a very good memory. I always have. It's typically not a bad thing - in fact as I spent this week studying for finals, I found it...

Running away ... and finding home

It's that time of year again - no, not Father's Day. It's the 223rd General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA)! Obviously! If I...

What does it mean to be a practicing Christian?

I sat in a meeting recently where a fellow church member said that the Church has to acknowledge that we've failed. She was speaking in...

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