Roger Hutchison, Director of Christian Formation and Parish Life at Houston’s Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church, is also an artist, and is releasing his third book My Favorite Color is Blue. Sometimes.
Photo from Kate Bowler’s first book, Blessed: A History of the American Prosperity Gospel, available from Oxford Press In the Sunday Times, author Kate Bowler,
Writing on Medium, Sarah McBride writes movingly about the grief and joy she experienced in her brief marriage to her partner Andy, who died shortly after they were married in a ceremony officiated by their friend and colleague, The Right Reverend Gene Robinson.
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