Tag Archives: Diversity

Love Never Fails

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We say things like love will find a way, and love is all that matters, and love never fails. But then life happens. We get busy, caught up in our own desires and dwell on our differences…and we forget. It’s easy … Continue reading

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Celebrating Christian Diversity

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Some of us prefer to worship under stained glass windows following a recognized liturgy punctuated by time-tested hymns. Others attend church services in auditoriums in which highly skilled bands,  rock star preachers, large screens and special effects are the chosen media for the gospel message. My husband and I … Continue reading

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Playground Arguments and Cultural Conversations (Part 2): Influential Voices

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In my last post I introduced the metaphor of playground arguments as representative of cultural conversations over moral and ethical boundaries in our pluralistic American society.  People holding diverse value systems do not always agree over playground rules and boundaries. One group insists, Fair!  Another cries, Foul!  I posed the … Continue reading

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