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Author Rev. Meg Peery-McLaughlin

As Close as our Very Breath

A Sermon for Those Who Feel Afraid Text: John 20:19-25 Ask a scholar about the word “breathe” and she will tell you that this is the only place in the entire New Testament where this word shows up. Surely they … Continue reading

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Call to Confession

Race, White Privilege, and the Church Read Articles from Week 1 Featuring articles by: Ginna Bairby, Gayraud S. Wilmore, Alexis Preesau Maloof, Marc Boswell, Laura Cheifetz, Chris Burton, and Melva Costen Read Articles from Week 2 Featuring articles by: Vernon … Continue reading

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Call for Articles – Race, White Privilege, and the Church

As our country celebrates 50-year milestones in the Civil Rights movement, black children are being gunned down in the street and armed protestors have occupied a wildlife refuge in Oregon. Politicians are fear-mongering against those who “look Muslim”, and families … Continue reading

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What Mission is this Anyway?

Reflections on Mission and Missional Living Week 1 Why Don’t We Just Call it Being the Church?, Opening Editorial by Rev. Ginna Bairby The ‘Missional’ Church: Ark of Salvation or Community of Reconciliation?, Dr. Dawn DeVries Just Hospitality and The … Continue reading

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