Occasionally we print letters to the editor; in this letter the Rev Scott Petersen, himself an alcoholic in recovery, urges the church to own that we are a church that welcomes alcohol, but also to learn to welcome all of it: the good, the bad, and the transformational.
Officers allegedly found the open container of Absolut on the center console, as well as vodka inside a water bottle, 31 Lorazepam pills prescribed in someone else’s name, and 22 packets of Tramadol, a high-potency pain killer. Cops also said she failed a field sobriety test.
The Rev. Gay Clark Jennings, President of the House of Deputies, has written a letter addressed to deputies and alternate deputies about different actions the
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