Monthly Archives: May 2007

Sheehan and the Prophets

Cindy Sheehan made front-page news once again this week when she called it quits. With her typically fiery tone, she announced that she was leaving the public arena and throwing in the towel on war resistance. The toll exacted was … Continue reading

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helping the poor?

News of the day: Paul Wolfowitz resigned as president of the World Bank. Wolfowitz has been dogged by scandal and hounded by the media since they caught wind of the promotion of Wolfowitz’ sweetheart, Shaha Riza, a couple of months … Continue reading

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becoming purple

Last Sunday night I had the most amazing experience. I had invited half a dozen EUCC members to come together and talk so that I could listen and learn. I had invited men and women of differing ages but whose … Continue reading

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seasons in liturgy

I’m preaching this Sunday and I feel a little rusty. This is the season of “special events”. We had the Children’s Choir musical, a visit from Ron Buford (Mr. Comma himself!), and our student’s (Anisa Evan’s) last sermon. May is … Continue reading

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