No More Apologies (or Labels)

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“Oh, I’m not that kind of Christian.” I have uttered those words more times than I can count. As a child, playing with neighbors, in the halls of middle and high school, in social gatherings in college, in offices I’ve worked in, and now, as an ordained minister, seemingly to most every person I meet. I’ve grown weary of apologizing for my faith. Maybe you have as well. Continue reading “No More Apologies (or Labels)”

Finding Your Voice

Unsung HeroesIn the best picture winner The King’s Speech, we are invited into the story of King George VI and his unlikely rise to the throne. I say unlikely because he felt it was unlikely because of a speech impediment that he felt disqualified him from leadership of the United Kingdom. Then he met a speech therapist who help him to overcome the limitations he placed upon himself. In short, the king, with help from a friend, discovered his voice.  Continue reading “Finding Your Voice”