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There are times when we must simply decide we can no longer “take it” and it is at those time when mindfulness says “OK. Act. Speak. But be gentle when they notice and attack, for what you are about to say is true, but it will threaten them, so brace for impact…(Read More)

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American Demons

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The Religious Imagineer, Jim Friedrich reflects on the events in Charlottesville and the disturbing questions re-emerging from them…(Read More)

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Managing my Pharisees

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Every community of faith has rules, both known and unknown and that is fine, as long as they come from a place of love…(Read More)

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We continue the conversation on the failings and successes of the transition process exploring how proven processes from businesses and non-profits have the potential to dramatically lower the costs and improve the results of TEC transition management…(Read More)

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Behind the Rail

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“Something transpires in those moments. I honestly don’t know if it’s a passing breeze of the Holy Spirit or not, but I like to think it is. Either way, feeding another person in such an intimate manner can raise the hair on your arms or bring unexpected tears to your eyes…(Read More)

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Faith Reels: Detroit

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Detroit is a complex new film by Director Kathryn Bigelow (Zero Dark Thirty and The Hurt Locker). The film chronicles the race riots of 1967 but shines the light specifically on the now well-known Algiers Motel incident…(Read More)

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At first glance, Title IV appears to be a tightly crafted piece of canon law that provides an effective framework to address clergy misconduct. In reality, however, there are several fatal flaws that can, in certain circumstances, render Title IV’s protections largely illusory…(Read More)

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