When I went to Oxford college my intention was to prepare to become a pharmacist. During the summer of my sophomore year, I was called to ordained ministry. The opportunity to help in social healing and pastoral care I witnessed across the counter at Connely’s Drugs; this was my true passion. (I wish I had… Read More Back to School: Reflections on Learning Important Tools and Rules
Who wants to keep thinking it will get better, debating or complaining, or asking the government to fix what the church has been called to be doing for two millennia.… Read More Tire of Praying about Shootings?
Walking down the halls of schools this week, I prayed for children, families, teachers and staff persons who will spend more time with our students than most other groups this year. The schools in our neighborhoods have poverty levels ranges from 80% to 89% living at or below poverty. Just what is poverty level? The… Read More Prayers for Schools