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The Ordination of Sergio Rodriguez, September 19, 2021

Let it be acclaimed that Sergio Edson Rodriguez is a called and ordained minister in the church of Christ! Preservice hangout with retired Pastor Boyd Faust Lining up for the procession. Interim Pastor Amandus Derr preached. Thank you Brother Chris... Continue Reading →

9/11 20th Anniversary 2021

On the anniversary of 9/11 we grieve the senseless lost of thousands of lives. Here are some resources for the remembrance on this 20th anniversary. One of my favorite stories of hope from 9/11 is this story of the people... Continue Reading →

The New Texas Abortion Law

On August 29, 2021 Hurricane Ida hit as a Category 4 hurricane, tying Hurricane Laura last year as the strongest hurricane to hit Louisiana since the Civil War. As I write this, most of New Orleans is still without power... Continue Reading →

We wish a Happy New Year to our Jewish friends tonight, September 6, 2021

The Jewish high holidays are upon us. Rosh Hashanah (head of the year) begins tonight that sunset and continues through Wednesday night at sunset, through Wednesday, September 8 at sunset. Have a great holiday. שָׁנָה טוֹבָה Shanah tovah: Have a... Continue Reading →

Labor Day 2021: Advances in Labor Rights

If you want to observe Labor Day in a way that is consistent with the labor movement, make a plan to work for a livable wage for all full-time workers, along with safe working conditions. That’s with the labor movements... Continue Reading →

Whether One May Flee from a Deadly Plague

[This pamphlet, written by Martin Luther in 1527, is posted by permission of Fortress Press. No further reproduction allowed without written permission of the publisher. Contact copyright@1517.media.] When the bubonic plague hit Wittenberg August 2, 1527, many Wittenbergers fled, and... Continue Reading →

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