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We’re ba-ack! from a short break and Vicki is taking the Summer off to enjoy some well-earned family time.  She’s promised to pop in from time to time over the ...

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Easter is a time to remember the sacrifices Jesus made for us, but what kind of message do churches want to send? I received a postcard in the mail from ...

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“You don’t choose a life, you live one”  -The Way As travel enthusiasts, my husband and I are always thinking about the next trip, and the next, and the next. ...

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My interest in women and spirituality came out of my doctoral research on interfaith dialogue in Nepal. While I was there, I learned about how women were frequently perceived as ...

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Why, why, why, why is it that most of the people who are against abortion are people you wouldn’t want to fuck in the first place, huh? Boy, these conservatives ...

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My first exposure to religion was Christianity; in fact, until I was about 19 years of age, I presumed Christianity was the only religion. When and where I was growing ...

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When everything has just got you down, and you have nothing else to say, just remember, “hasa diga eebowai!” and you will feel better in no time! A Select list ...

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We live in challenging times, to say the least.  How we, as a society choose to respond to those challenges depends, in large part, on the collective soul of the ...

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What does it take to take a stand?  Can you imagine standing in front of a soldier who is shooting at demonstrators and trying to block him from firing? Can ...

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The following is part of Chapter 1 of a book entitled Beyond Abuse in the Christian Home: Raising Voices for Change  Editors: Catherine Clark Kroeger, Nancy Nason-Clark, Barbara Fisher-Townsend  2008, ...

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