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One year later and the problem with #MeToo

It is shameful that we have a #MeToo movement. Not that women suddenly feel empowered to share their experiences of victimization, but that it is even necessary. Women have not felt and still don’t in many cases, the ability to talk about…

Google Maps, Pride and Confession

  Therefore, confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. - James 5.16   If I am sincere, I don’t like to ask for directions. I will ask for directions before I leave, use Google Maps…

The Walk

Country music has a way of telling stories that speak to me. Maybe it’s because I grew up in Western Montana near the dirt. Perhaps it’s because I’m a sucker for simple, relatable sentiments. I don’t know what it is, and I guess…

The Beauty of Deconstruction

  READ   Luke 24:13-35 New International Version (NIV) On the Road to Emmaus 13 Now that same day two of them were going to a village called Emmaus, about seven miles[a] from Jerusalem. 14 They were talking…

Easter and the Reckless Jesus

The picture of Jesus riding into Jerusalem, riding on a donkey is a bit ridiculous. Think about it. Rulers didn’t ride donkeys. They had war horses. They used chariots. The had jewel-encrusted thrones, carried by minions. Anyone expecting…

Weinstein, groping, Alabama and the tip of the iceberg

I remember back in the 90's, Bill Clinton behaved badly. He did so as a married man, in the Whitehouse, with an intern. If that is not exploiting power, I don't know what is. He lied about it, and people said it didn't affect his ability to…

It's ok to HATE!

Phoenix just hosted President Donald Trump.  For many, this was an opportunity to support their president and the agendas they want to see fulfilled. To his supporters, Trump is a straight-talking-swamp draining-establishment shaking-America…