Musings on the Impact of Michael Jackson

On the ride home this evening, I briefly tuned into KMOJ and had an opportunity to hear what I assume was a tribute to the late Michael Jackson. As I am sure many are already aware, today marks the third anniversary of his death. Although a few years have gone by since the world lost …

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The Great Divorce

I don't know about you, but I am finding an interesting dynamic playing out in the church today and those loosely affiliated with the church among people concerned about social justice. As a result of a deep history of injustice, oppression, exploitation and slavery, some people are divorcing the Gospel from messages of social justice …

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Exploring Communion as a Means of Reconciliation

Apartheid is a form of racial segregation that affected South Africa for decades. Most effective during the period of 1948 and 1982, the Nationalist party’s aim was to divide the country into separate states based on race. Undeniably, these actions led to many fiscal and economic disparities in the black parts of the country. Places …

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