Monthly Archives: December 2013

thoughts on Joseph’s silence

The following is a sermon preached 12/22/2013.  The gospel text was Matthew 1:18-25.   There is a lot of research in education circles about learning styles.  Experts emphasize that without appealing to a range of learning styles, some children are … Continue reading

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thoughts on being a “Jesus Feminist”

A few weeks ago, for the first time, I used the word “feminist” to describe myself. Not because something radical has changed about what I believe about women and men, but because I’ve realized that I’m no longer interested in … Continue reading

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