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Spiritual resources for celebrating the birthday of the civil rights leader, including prayers and other readings.
If airlines, computer makers and telecom companies are doing it, why not religions? Christmas and Hanukkah to Merge!
After suffering stiff criticism from some Christians for eliminating snow flakes from it seasonal coffee cups, the caffeine giant has come out with its Christmas blend 2016. No punches pulled here, fellow Christians. Starbucks doesn’t resort to euphemisms like “holiday blend,” or “winter blend.” It’s the flat out Christmas blend at Starbucks. Why aren’t the […]
Thanksgiving: Mirror Unto The Soul of a Nation “A nation divided cannot stand,” said Abraham Lincoln, paraphrasing Scripture. But with a bit of luck, some ordinary patience and understanding, and a touch of grace, it can. Here’s how. Prayers For Thanksgiving
This is a satirical piece for sure …. but it is not far from the truth.
One of most often repeated phrases one hears in churches around the world involves an affirmation of “the power of prayer.” Despite this affirmation, one of the most universal experiences of people who pray is a sense that their prayers have not, in fact, been answered. This often leads to a feeling of guilt that […]
In one of the more refreshing and controversial comments he has made to date, Pope Francis, stepped in to the middle of US Presidential politics, suggesting that Donald Trump is “not a Christian,” for focusing on building walls, rather than bridges between peoples. Check it out here. While the phrase “not a Christian” may seem harsh […]
We are already missing, John Boehner, who resigned from Congress last fall, after a distinguished career. Whatever readers my think about his record in Congress, everyone marveled at his perpetual tan. So much so that people often referred to him as the Tan Man. How did a guy from Ohio, who spent most of his career in Washington, DC, maintain a […]
A very interesting question. And a very good answer here: