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Selma: It’s Still A Struggle (Movie Review)

The quiet chatter of four small girls seconds before the church explodes in flames. Matthew 6:26 whispered in a prison cell to remind Martin Luther King that God had a plan for him. The charging shadow of a state trooper … Continue reading

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“No One Is Free When Others Are Oppressed” (A Mustard Seed Musing)

Facebook makes me want to throw up sometimes. I’m not talking about other people’s taste in clothing, or food, or even sports teams. No, I’m considering the bile expounded upon by folks I know – and some I’ll never meet- … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Sermon Today: True Freedom (Nehemiah 5:1-13)

The walls have been rebuilt, the city has been restored. It’s one of those holy moments where the workers can look around and see what they have done, and sit back and be proud. But sometimes, it’s easier to fix … Continue reading

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