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In Which I Notice I Am Older

There was more time, for myself then! I tell you!

Today we went to Fayetteville to purchase needed additions to my wardrobe. There are things you can put off buying. 1,128 more words

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The Women Who Wore White at My Wedding

As I was walking down the aisle on my wedding day, there were two women who caught my attention.  My eyes had flitted across the gathered congregation, quickly taking in many familiar faces and some unfamiliar ones.  875 more words

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Permanent bond

God never leaves me (us) alone for a single second.Then why should I (we) !

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By Nathan Campbell on his blog at St-Eutychus

It turns out #lovewins.

If you’re one of my friends, or someone I don’t know, who’s celebrating the changes to the laws in America, and anticipating those changes where you are — I want you to know three things right off the bat, before you set out on reading this post: 786 more words


A Missional Perspective on Same-Sex Marriage from Sri Lanka

While at breakfast this morning, knowing a little of his personal story, I asked Mano, Principle at Baldaeus Theological College, if he had advice for American evangelical Christians who are, real or perceived, feeling increasingly threatened in light of the recent SCOTUS ruling legalizing same-sex marriage in all fifty states. 7,447 more words

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Identities and You

A lot happening with sexuality and gender right now. It just makes me think.

When I was a teenager, my mom suggested that I was a lesbian, pointing out my “kinda butch” gal pals and “kinda feminine” boyfriends. 271 more words

SCOTUS & Same-Sex Marriage Ruling: When God is Reduced to a Penalty Shoot Out

5-4. By now, the entire world should know what this scoreline means.

Yes, the impression of a penalty shoot out was what I had when news of SCOTUS’ decision on the legalising of same-sex marriage flooded the social media. 1,305 more words

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