Day: October 22, 2012

Who wants to help make sense of the South Carolina situation

The story unfolding in South Carolina seems much less significant to me today than it might have three or five years ago. I’m glad for that. Still, I can’t help noticing that when the church decides that it has had about all it can take from a bishop like Mark Lawrence, Lawrence and his predecessors somehow always get the upper hand in the media.

How shall we talk together?

by Ben Varnum Recently, I’ve been seeing a number of comments on Episcopal Café posts that express frustration with how people are writing or commenting. On the one hand, this was no surprise; I’ve been a part of enough online communities to be fully familiar with terms like “trolling” (reading posts looking for a place […]

Remember me

Psalm 25: 6 “Remember not the sins of my youth and my transgressions; remember me according to your love and for the sake of your goodness, O Lord.” Almost ten years ago, a young man asks this question in our Native youth group, “When God forgives us our sins, does he also forget them?” Kaze […]